In one wild case in DeKalb Superior Court, the judge has felt so under attack that he keeps filing “statements” in the record to explain himself.

Judge Hilton M. Fuller Jr.’s statements answer such questions as whether his conduct in the case is politically motivated (it isn’t) and why he appointed counsel at county expense to represent the inmate-plaintiff (the allegations were serious and needed investigation).

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