LPIN Podcast: Judge Bell’s Pennies, and Thoughts

Second-term Libertarian Judge Susan Bell of Hagerstown had two interesting experiences recently as the Hagerstown Judge.

The first was of a man trying to get an audience via protest in her courtroom, and the other being the media covering his protest, but focusing on an odd detail he had considered. He wanted to pay in pennies.

The resulting media news reporting had the effect of painting Judge Bell in a tough “law and order” light, or of being unsympathetic to the man’s position.

In this special edition of the podcast, Bell tells her side of the story to clear up misconceptions and to explain her role as a Judge.

Listen to the podcast here: 056 Judge Bell’s pennies, and thoughtsAudio can be used freely if attributed to LPIN and www.lpin.org.

The LPIN podcast is a feature of the LPIN, highlighting candidate and member efforts through direct interviews. The program is hosted by Libertarian Party of Hamilton County Chair Mike Kole. You can also subscribe through iTunes by clicking here. You can also search for this podcast in the iTunes directory.

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