Judge Frank M. Johnson Jr. will be buried Tuesday in his hometown of Haleyville,Ala., leaving behind a legendary record of trail-blazing civil rightsdecisions that transformed the South.

Johnson, 80, a senior judge on the 11th Circuit Court of Appeals, diedFriday at home in Montgomery, Ala., of pneumonia after several years ofdeclining health.

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