Trial Date Moved Back to December for Fulk

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Published on September 18 2013 7:32 pm
Last Updated on September 18 2013 7:32 pm
Written by Greg Sapp

The trial of area resident Mark Fulk who is charged with allegedly trying to hire someone to kill his wife has been postponed until December.

The 35-year-old Fulk was in Fayette County Circuit Court Wednesday for a pre-trial hearing.  At the hearing, the prosecution presented material to comply with a defense request for additional items.  The defense is expected to comply with a prosecution request for similar materials.

Once presented the supplemental material, defense attorney Lou Viverito asked for a continuance of Fulk's trial to the December 9 trial calendar.  Assistant State's Attorney Amanda Ade-Harlow did not object so the continuance was granted by Judge James Roberts.

Fulk is alleged to have offered a man cash and merchandise if he would kill Fulk's wife.

The case is scheduled back in court on October 11 for another pre-trial hearing.