A new judge to sit on “Power”‘s bench

Fox News Channel’s surprising cult hit Power of Attorney will have a new presiding judge this fall. Judge Andrew Napolitano is resigning his seat on the show and Cleveland Judge Lynn Toler will assume the robes, according to Variety. The show gives everyday litigants a chance at representation by such high-profile lawyers as Christopher Darden, Geoffrey Fieger, Gloria Allred, Dominic Barbara and main O.J. Simpson prosecutor Marcia Clark. Clark, who is appearing during May sweeps, is expected to reprise her role next year. Toler began her first six-year term as a Cleveland municipal judge in 1994.