Suit claims Fulton errors kept prisoner an extra 100 days

Mistakes by Fulton officials kept prisoner locked up for 100 days beyond the end of his sentence, new suit alleges

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A suit filed recently in Fulton County Superior Court says a man spent 100 days in jail because a clerical error by the Superior Court clerk's office was compounded by record-keeping failures at the Fulton County Jail and repeated refusals of Georgia prison officials to address the mistake.

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