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Legal cases before Judge Fuller to be reassigned

Judge Mark Fuller (Source: AP) Judge Mark Fuller (Source: AP)
The case of Middle District of Alabama Judge Mark E. Fuller is pending before the State Court of Fulton County, Georgia.

Effective immediately, all legal matters filed with the United States District Court for the Middle District of Alabama that are pending before Judge Fuller will

be reassigned to other judges in accordance with standard procedures for the assignment of cases.

No new legal matters will be assigned to Judge Fuller until further notice.

Fuller was recently released from an Atlanta jail after being arrested on accusations of assaulting his wife at an Atlanta hotel.

A nominee of President George W. Bush, Fuller has served in the Middle District of Alabama since 2002. The 55-year-old judge and former prosecutor is best known for presiding over former Alabama Gov. Don Siegelman's public corruption trial.

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