Cork was born on the Sabochan planet Awmen, where he grew up as the son of the rich Marka Family that held many strings to all of the federations of the Legion of Dominant Races in terms of budget, and had a vast knowledge in civil economics and AUU history. However, this knowledge came with a price that, ever since a terrible time when a bully was able to get away with attempted murder of a friend of Cork's through lies that were able to fool the principal, he had grown to have a belief that laws weren't being considered a serious thing in modern-day society. He tried to show his school that laws are what make people who they are and not who they aren't, but they were constantly ignored and never acknowledged because these beliefs were controversial and often wrong. Even in law school, nobody listened to his beliefs. But he was able to get the attention of one student, and in several years time, they both became judges for the AUU Court.
While Cork was finally taken seriously, he was considered a questionable candidate for his beliefs by his classmates in school. However, Cork was still able to retain his position because his skills were needed and he had diplomatic immunity. Then the Villains Act came along, and he decided that his beliefs should finally be acknowledged since a lot more criminals will get away with crimes. And he felt that the only way for that to happen is to judge people regardless of reason or motivation. This lead to him getting several people wanting him dead including the Dark Sisterhood and the Bounty Hunter Consortium. He even went as far as punishing those who had tragic pasts or broke the law by accident without a fair trial, including Thakkus and Farina the Rash, because he reasoned with the Court and himself that they were criminals and that's all they would ever be. He sentenced Thakkus' father to life imprisonment when he was about to quit being a crime lord, and harshly executed Farina's parents for accidentally killing a politician thinking he was corrupt.
He was happy that people were finally taking his beliefs into account, and was personally happy that the Villains Act even started as it was the one thing that made him so 'successful', though in keeping character that he's a lawful judge, still views them as 'criminals' and still wouldn't hestitate to punish any of them regardless of ironic gratitude, unaware that his beliefs only lead to the addition of more villains occurring and ruining lives.
- "The law must always come first before any personal nonsense. And it must ALWAYS grant the punishment."