A temporary employee’s error and a long-standing practice that violated judicial rules delayed the assignment of a judge to Jamil Abdullah Al-Amin’s murder case, Georgia’s Clerk of Superior Courts Juanita Hicks says.

More than a week after a grand jury indicted Al-Amin on 13 felony counts, no judge had been assigned to the high-profile case as required by the Uniform Superior Court rules.

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