The Georgia Attorney General’s office is now reviewing the case of former Chattooga County State Court Judge Carlton Vines. Vines could face fines of over $100,000 depending on the Attorney General’s ruling.  The case was presented to the Attorney General’s office on Thursday by the Georgia State Election Board. Vines was put on trial for election fraud charges stemming from his 2006 race for the judges seat.  The charges were dropped against Vines when he agreed to resign and not seek elected position in the future.  Vines was accused of tampering with absentee ballots.