Ned Fuller lives in Farmington and is a Deputy District Attorney in the San Juan County District Attorney’s Office. He has practiced law in New Mexico for more than 26 years. Fuller has prosecuted criminal cases as well as handling all manner of civil litigation with an emphasis in civil rights, employment, contracts, workers’ compensation, torts, class actions and business litigation.
Prior to his current position, Ned was a Cabinet Secretary and Executive Director of the New Mexico Workers’ Compensation Administration. Fuller has also served as a judge on the Second Judicial District Court in New Mexico.
Fuller understands that a judge’s role is to uphold the law and not rewrite it, and most importantly, to uphold the Constitution. He believes a judge should apply the law and should create an environment where parties can have their differences addressed with fairness and common sense.
Fuller received his bachelor’s degree from Arizona State University and his J.D. from Brigham Young University in Provo, Utah.