New judge, associate judge sworn in for City of Cleveland

Cleveland Municipal Court has two new judges - Lynn Allen and Ralph Fuller. Allen is the associate municipal court judge while Fuller is the municipal court judge. They are pictured with court staff and Cleveland Mayor Richard Boyett. Pictured left to right are Municipal Court Clerk Leanne Kirby, Boyett, Allen, Fuller and Deputy Court Clerk Hannah Woods.

Ralph Fuller is the new municipal court judge for the City of Cleveland. He was sworn in on Feb. 22 for a two-year appointment that began Feb. 15, 2021, and expires Feb. 15, 2023.

Fuller’s new appointment should not interfere with his duties as Liberty County Justice of the Peace #6, a position to which he was first appointed in 2013. He was elected by voters in 2014 and reelected in the 2018 election.

Cleveland Municipal Court Judge Ralph Fuller is given his oath of office by Mayor Richard Boyett on Monday, Feb. 22.

On days that Judge Fuller is unable to be in court, Associate Judge Lynn Allen, who was also appointed by Cleveland City Council for the same term, will stand in. Allen previously served as municipal court judge.

Both Fuller and Allen were sworn in by Cleveland Mayor Richard Boyett.

Cleveland Municipal Court Judge Lynn Allen is given her oath of office by Mayor Richard Boyett on Monday, Feb. 22.

Leave a Reply

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.