In a letter last week to the Board of Regents concerning former UGA Alumni Director Deborah Dietzler, Senior Assistant Attorney General David McLaughlin wrote “my opinion is that some of Ms. Dietzler’s alleged conduct was likely criminal in nature, but I do not believe a criminal prosecution is feasible.”

Specifically, McLaughlin cites two instances in his letter where he believed Dietzler’s conduct “could have been criminal in nature.” McLaughlin makes note that although there were others that could be concerning, the two he highlights were the most egregious. 

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