Mark Fuller
United States District Judge
Mark Fuller
Mark Everett Fuller is a federal judge for the U. S. District Court, Middle District of Alabama. He was nominated by George W. Bush on August 1, 2002 and confirmed by the US Senate on November 14, 2002. He received his B.S. from the University of Alabama in 1982 and his J.D. from the University of Alabama School of Law in 1985.
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Battery charge against U.S. judge dropped, angering congresswoman
Yahoo News - almost 2 years
(Reuters) - A misdemeanor charge against a federal judge accused of beating his wife in an Atlanta hotel room in August 2014 has been dropped, a court official said on Tuesday, prompting an angry reaction from a U.S. congresswoman who has called for his dismissal. The allegations against Alabama-based U.S. District Judge Mark Fuller, which came amid a furor over the National Football League's perceived lenient treatment of players accused or convicted of domestic violence, triggered a judicial inquiry and calls for his removal from the bench. U.S. Congressman Terri Sewell, an Alabama Democrat, said on Tuesday that the April 2 dismissal of the battery charge and its expungement from Fuller's record after his completion of a six-month domestic violence program sends the wrong message to perpetrators. "I am deeply disturbed that the charges against Judge Mark Fuller have been dismissed," Sewell said in a statement.
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British chef Luke Thomas opens first UAE outlet
Hotelier Middle East - almost 2 years
British diner Retro Feasts opens in Dubai, launched by Luke Thomas and Mark Fuller
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The Biology Of Birds Of Prey
NPR - over 4 years
The Snake River area near Boise, Idaho has one of the world's highest concentrations of nesting raptors. Biologists Mark Fuller, Julie Heath & Chris Parish join Ira Flatow for a look at raptor biology, and the threats the birds are facing. Plus, bringing back the California condor. » E-Mail This     » Add to Del.icio.us
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Ex-Ala. Gov. Siegelman going back to prison; sentenced more than 6 years on ... - Washington Post
Google News - over 4 years
CBS News Ex-Ala. Gov. Siegelman going back to prison; sentenced more than 6 years on ... Washington Post MONTGOMERY, Ala. — Former Alabama Gov. Don Siegelman is going back to prison. Federal judge Mark Fuller sentenced Siegelman on Friday to 6 ½ years for his conviction on bribery and other charges. Earlier in court, Siegelman apologized for his actions. Ex-Ala. gov. going back to prison for briberyThe Associated Press Former Bama Governor Don Siegelman Back To PrisonForbes all 440 news articles »
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Fantastic First Friday Featured Family Fun
Montomeryville-Lansdale Patch - almost 5 years
The smile couldn't fade from the face of Mary Fuller. The Lansdale Borough councilwoman and Discover Lansdale member was ecstatic that the weather held out for the renewed and revitalized First Friday. Hundreds of people walked the sidewalks of Main Street, packed Round Guys Brewery and Molly Maguire's, stopped and shopped the businesses, stuffed their faces with delicacies from Virago Baking Co., Texas Roadhouse, Slack's Hoagie Shack and Tabora Farms, clinched their VIP passes to Lansdale Beer Fest and rocked out to The Breaks, Friends With Murder, Cheers Elephant, Nicos Gun and Mighty Manatees. It's the start of Lansdale being a destination - and only 28 days to the next one. Check out our photo gallery and add your own photos to it
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Board Commends Youth Benefit Concert Student Organizers
Greendale Patch - almost 5 years
The Greendale School Board presented a certificate of commendation to a group of students who helped organize this year's Youth Benefit Concert.  The benefit concert tradition stemmed from a group of Greendale Middle School students who felt compelled to help when a devasting earthquake hit Haiti in 2010. Each year, students from almost every grade level meet, hold auditions, organize a concert at the high school and donate the profits to charity.   Last year the concert benefited the Hunger Task Force. In the last three years the concerts have raised over $3,000. This year's third annual benefit concert raised $820 for Sophia's Heart — a charity that aims to improve the lives of children. The following students were involved this year in organizing the benefit: Shaadie Ali Josh Bartelme Kirstan Brodie Luke Eisner Kristin Eul Mark Fuller Katie Gerls Joe Jankowski 
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Sea Creatures' True Beauty Revealed in Winning Underwater Photos
Huffington Post - almost 5 years
By: Jeanna Bryner, LiveScience Managing Editor Published: 04/19/2012 01:42 PM EDT on LiveScience A dashing-red sea slug that seems to be hamming it up for the camera in the U.S. Virgin Islands has come into focus in this year's winning underwater photograph in an annual contest put on by the University of Miami Rosenstiel School of Marine & Atmospheric Science. More than 700 images were submitted for this year's underwater photography contest, Ximena Olds' photo of the headshield sea slug against a brilliant background of green seagrass taking home the "best overall" award. Olds is a local Key Biscayne, Fla., resident. (Scroll down for more) This amazing jellyfish photograph received nearly half of the 1,221 online votes in the underwater photography contest. The photo was taken by Todd Aki from Florida. The photos were judged by a panel of experts that included: photographer and UM lecturer Myron Wang; underwater photographer Nicole Wang; and Michael Schmal ...
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Fenstermacher Property Rezoning Approved, Residents Oppose Change
Montomeryville-Lansdale Patch - almost 5 years
WB Homes is one step closer to bringing its Williamson Square land development to Fourth Street and North Line Street on the former Fenstermacher Roofing location. Lansdale Borough Council held a public hearing Wednesday night to amend the borough zoning map to change parcels at 405 and 421 N. Line Street from Residential Class A to Residential Class B, and to amend text in the Class B zoning to permit unlotted developments on the parcel. Despite protest from a handful of residents to keep the Residential A zoning intact, borough council went on to unanimously approve the zoning change. The applicant, Prospect Acquisitions LP, is an affiliate of WB Homes. WB Homes and Prospect Acquisitions must go through the land development process, which includes approval from the planning commission, Design Review Board and borough council. The rezoned property is bordered by the Fourth Street Park and Zion Presbyterian Korean Church, formerly Line Street School. The Fenstermacher pr ...
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Lansdale May Ban Smoking in Playgrounds
Montomeryville-Lansdale Patch - almost 5 years
The borough parks and recreation department is investigating the ban of smoking in playground areas in Lansdale parks. The ban could be a controversial one: the borough doesn't want to ban smoking in the parks, just in areas considered playgrounds. "Quite a few departments restrict smoking," said parks and recreation director Carl Saldutti at the committee meeting this month. "There's a little bit of concern by playground users." In August 2008, Hatfield Township Commissioners enacted a law banning smoking at all township parks. “(The change) addresses residents’ concerns for a clean and healthy environment in our park system,” states the township website. North Wales Borough has no ordinance relating to smoking on its records. Towamencin Township also has no laws regarding smoking in parks. According to Chapter 166: Parks and Recreation of the code of Montgomery Township: Smokers are warned to use care in the use and disposal of matches, cigarettes, cigars and ...
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Farmers' Market Remains Homeless in Winter
Montomeryville-Lansdale Patch - almost 5 years
Right now, they are homeless in the winter. The Lansdale Farmers' Market, its committee and its vendors are still without a location to hold the market through the winter months. Last month, committee member Molly Whetstone (nee Daveler) came to the parks and recreation committee requesting use of the parks and recreation building for its market in the winter months. The borough parks and recreation committee, along with manager Timi Kirchner, on April 4 said the parks and recreation building - the location where the market would prefer to go - is off limits to consistent renters. "You will have to see if other places are a better fit for the winter market," Kirchner told Whetstone. "This building is not a good fit at this point in time." Kirchner told Whetstone the borough supports the market. "Don't feel as if this is personal. It's very objective," Kirchner said. Whetstone said the market has been an advocate for the borough. "We brought businesses here," Whe ...
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Seattle Culinary Camp With Chef Tom Douglas Offers A Taste Of Washington State
Gadling - almost 5 years
Filed under: Arts and Culture, Learning, Business, Festivals and Events, Food and Drink, North America, United States, Ecotourism, Luxury Travel It's a well-known fact amongst Seattlites that the sun always comes out for the summer starting on July 4. OK, that wasn't true two years ago but on July 5, there it was. Anyway, it's the official start of our summer and that means it's also the start of the eating season. For farmers market goers and lovers of the grill and al fresco dining, July is kickoff time. Perhaps that's why Tom Douglas, the modern father of Pacific Northwest cooking (the late James Beard being the true granddaddy of PNW cuisine), chose July for his annual Culinary Camp. The award winning chef and restaurateur behind such Seattle landmarks as Dahlia Lounge, Palace Kitchen, Lola and Serious Pie has held a five-day culinary immersion program every July for the past six years. Locals and visitors alike will get a taste of local ingredients such as geoduck clams, Dunge ...
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Dubai's Grosvenor House opens second tower - ArabianBusiness.com
Google News - over 5 years
The Dubai launch has been spearheaded by Concept Venues and Mark Fuller, who took over Embassy on Old Bond Street London in 1983 and established the venue as a regular hang-out for celebrities from George Michael and Elton John to singers from The
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Grosvenor House heightens presence - gulfnews.com
Google News - over 5 years
"We love this brand association that we have with Gary Rhodes, Buddha Bar and Mark Fuller. We always have control over our brand but we love the partnerships because it enhances our own brand," said Wilby
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X-factor star Katie Waissel talks Red Velvet Lovers - The Portugal News
Google News - over 5 years
Last week Katie Waissel spent a few days in the Algarve in the company of her mum and friend Mark Fuller, owner of the Embassy Club in London's Mayfair and co-owner of the recently-launched Embassy Beach Club, in Praia da Luz
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Tour highlights caretaking issues - Journal-Advocate
Google News - over 5 years
Joining Mayor Larry Fetzer, City Manager Joe Kiolbasa, City Attorney J. Curt Penny, City Clerk and Finance Director Deb Forbes, council members Rocky Joy, Heather Delgado-Diaz, Mark Fuller, Pat Lawson, and Janice Rice were the incoming council members
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You can't reposition a leopard's spots - Marketing Week
Google News - over 5 years
In 2006, Monitor CEO Mark Fuller wrote to his new client: “Libya has suffered from a deficit of positive public relations and adequate contact with a wide range of opinion leaders. This programme aims to redress the balance in Libya's favour
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Area results - Worcester Telegram
Google News - over 5 years
Father-Daughter, 18-up Gross: 1, Mark Fuller and Kelsea Zereski, 86. Net: 1, Andy and Alexis Kelleher, 79. Father-Daughter, 13-17 Net (9 Holes): 1, Jim and Emily Capuano, 46. Father-Daughter, 8-12 Net (9 Holes): 1, Mark and Samantha Cote, 40
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Awards spotlight contributions in non-profit arena - Rochester Business Journal
Google News - over 5 years
The award will be given to Mark Fuller, DePaul Community Services Inc. The ceremony to recognize the honorees will be held Oct. 18 from noon to 1:30 pm at the Hyatt Regency Rochester. Tickets are $50 per person or $500 per table of 10 and can be
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Timeline
Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of Mark Fuller
    FIFTIES
  • 2009
    Age 51
    On March 6, 2009, the Eleventh Circuit issued its opinion on Don Seigelman's appeal of his conviction.
    More Details Hide Details The Eleventh Circuit's opinion vindicated Fuller's handling of the Don Siegelman trial by upholding the conviction and sentence, and affirming most of Fuller's decisions throughout the trial. The Eleventh Circuit affirmed Judge Hinkle's decision (Judge Fuller asked that a neutral judge be assigned to handle the motion) that Judge Fuller not recuse himself from the case. The Eleventh Circuit noted that recusal motions must be made before trial. However, the defense in the Siegelman case waited until after the trial was over and the jury had rendered its verdict to ask Fuller to recuse himself. Accordingly, the Eleventh Circuit noted that the recusal motion "has all the earmarks of an eleventh-hour ploy based upon his dissatisfaction with the jury's verdict and the judge's post-trial rulings." The Eleventh Circuit also upheld the jury instructions that Fuller gave to the jury prior to their deliberations. Furthermore, the Eleventh Circuit affirmed the lenient sentence that Don Seigelman received.
  • FORTIES
  • 1998
    Age 40
    To summarize, the evidence in the case was that Scrushy initially had supported Governor Siegelman's gubernatorial opponent, Governor Fob James, in the 1998 race.
    More Details Hide Details Trial testimony revealed that when Siegelman ultimately prevailed, Scrushy reached out to the Siegelman team, inquiring how he could get appointed to Alabama's Certificate of Need ("CON") Board. To make things right for supporting Fob James, Siegelman responded, Scrushy had to donate to Siegelman's education lottery campaign. Scrushy and Siegelman then met privately. After the meeting ended, Siegelman emerged holding a $250,000 check, and told his aide Nick Bailey that Scrushy "was halfway there." When Bailey asked what Scrushy wanted in exchange for the money, Siegelman said, "the CON Board." Scrushy was appointed to the CON Board within days after that first meeting. The check was not reported as a campaign contribution for several years, only after Alabama's Secretary of State and Attorney General began asking Siegelman questions initially raised by Mobile Press-Register reporter Eddie Curran. At his first sentencing hearing, Governor Siegelman -- who was also convicted of obstruction of justice relating to hiding the source of a motorcycle given him while Governor -- faced an advisory sentencing guidelines range of more than 150 months. Judge Fuller disregarded the guidelines and sentenced Siegelman to only 88 months.
  • TWENTIES
  • 1985
    Age 27
    He was an attorney in private practice from 1985–1996, when he became Chief Assistant District Attorney for the 12th Judicial Circuit of Alabama, and was then elected District Attorney of the 12th Circuit in 1996 where he served until his appointment as a federal judge.
    More Details Hide Details Judge Fuller was assigned to preside over the criminal trial and sentencing of former Alabama Governor Don Siegelman. After a highly-publicized trial that spanned several months, a jury convicted former Governor Siegelman and co-Defendant Richard Scrushy, founder and former CEO of HealthSouth Corp., of federal funds bribery relating to Governor Siegelman's failed Alabama education lottery campaign.
  • 1982
    Age 24
    He received his B.S. from the University of Alabama in 1982 and his J.D. from the University of Alabama School of Law in 1985.
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  • CHILDHOOD
  • 1958
    Age 0
    Born in 1958.
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