It’s not 40 years on the bench or even turning 80 that has Judge Clarence Seeliger feeling ready to retire when his current term on the DeKalb County Superior Court ends on Dec. 31, 2020.

And it’s not the murder cases, he said Friday morning just before returning to the bench to preside over yet another one of those.

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