Judge James Roberts conceded that, in hindsight, it might have been nice to have had more information before allowing the Illinois State Police to conduct an overhear operation.
But, Roberts said last Friday, he still believed that there was enough evidence to allow for that eavesdropping operation in the case of a Farina man charged with trying to have his wife killed.
At the end of a three-hour hearing, which included testimony from three state police investigators, Roberts denied a motion filed by the attorney for Mark Fulk.
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