A judge last Thursday affirmed his decision not to suppress evidence in the case of a Farina man charged with solicitation of murder for hire.
“I agree with the state and with (my) first ruling” not to suppress an overhear, Judge James Roberts ruled at the conclusion of Thursday’s hearing in the Mark Fulk case.
Fulk was charged in early April with trying to arrange for the murder of his wife, and the prosecution’s evidence includes an overhear tape recorded by the Illinois State Police.
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