Sunday, May 31, 2009

Probate Case Continued

A former Jasper County probate case now among those being probed by the state was the subject of a hearing in the Probate Division of Greene County Circuit Court.

While John Hinnah was a ward of former Jasper County Public Administrator Rita Hunter, more than $7,000 was sent as refunds from his estate to federal and state agencies, according to records.

That was part of the overview offered by Gretchen Long, attorney for Angie Casavecchia, the new Jasper County public administrator, in a status hearing on the case. Carol Aiken, Greene County probate commissioner, continued the case for 90 days to give attorneys time to sort out financial issues.

Aiken: “It sounds like a mess.”

Full Article and Source:
Former local probate case continued in Greene County

See also:
95-Year-Old Fights Back


Anonymous said...

This is wonderful news. Keep Rita Hunter under a microscope and keep piling the charges on her!

Anonymous said...

I am pleased to know the new Jasper County Public Administrator is looking at all cases involving Rita Hunter.

This is the tip of the iceberg - other cases will follow.

Anonymous said...

John Hinnah is one of many victims of Rita Hunter.

The news will continue to stream a list of Rita Hunter wards.

Anonymous said...

Yes, keep the spotlight on Rita Hunter all the time. There are pleanty more of her guardianship victims to be heard from.

Jasper County should sue her as well.

Anonymous said...

This is very good news! Thank you NASGA.

Former Jasper County Public Administrator Rita Hunter is a crook and belongs in a cage. Every case from day one must be investigated.

Anonymous said...

I hope continued discovery of wrongs and abuses will lead to a rethinking of guardianship practice.