Former Georgia Insurance Commissioner Jim Beck. (Photo: Atlanta Journal Constitution) Former Georgia Insurance Commissioner Jim Beck. (Photo: Atlanta Journal Constitution)

Jim Beck, the disgraced suspended Georgia insurance commissioner, was found guilty on July 22 on 37 counts of money laundering, wire fraud and mail fraud in a five-year scheme that prosecutors said drained more than $2 million from the Georgia Underwriting Association, where Beck served as general manager before being elected in 2019. 

Beck, 59, remains on a $25,000 bond and is restricted to his home in Carrollton, about 45 miles west of Atlanta, except for permission to leave for Sunday church services, medical appointments or visits with his attorneys.

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