Jenna Garland


A Georgia jury has found a former aide to former Atlanta Mayor Kasim Reed guilty of violating the state's open records laws.

The Fulton County jury on Thursday found Jenna Garland committed two misdemeanors by ordering a subordinate to delay release of public documents politically damaging to Reed and some members of the Atlanta City Council.

The Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports jurors deliberated about an hour before rendering a verdict.

Attorney General of Georgia Chris Carr speaking with Political Rewind on Friday, February 15, 2019.

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The press secretary for former Atlanta Mayor Kasim Reed has been issued two criminal citations for violating the state's open records laws.

According to a press release from Attorney General Chris Carr's office, Jenna Garland violated the Georgia Open Records Act twice in 2017 by stymieing requests from WSB-TV looking into the city's Department of Watershed management.