Fulk asks for more details on charge

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In solicitation of murder for hire case

By Rich Bauer, Managing Editor

A judge has ruled that prosecutors have until Friday to give more specifics in its allegations against a Farina man charged with trying to arrange for the murder of his wife.
At a hearing last Wednesday in Fayette County Circuit Court, Judge Douglas Jarman granted a motion for a bill of particulars filed by Lou Viverito, the attorney for Mark Fulk.
Fulk was charged in April of last year with solicitation of murder for hire, a Class X felony, for allegedly making arrangements to have his wife killed.

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