A jury awarded more than $400,000 in damages and attorney fees to a couple who was arrested on accusations they defrauded a homeowners association out of several thousand dollars for cleaning and other maintenance tasks.

Among the defendants was attorney and Fulton County Commissioner Marvin Arrington Jr., an association board member accused of using his influence to push for the plaintiffs’ prosecution over what their lawyer said were claims involving “a very little amount of money.”  

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