An Alabama judge told a courtroom full of people who owed the court fines that if they weren’t able to pay, they could give blood or go to jail, according to witnesses.
An Alabama judge told a courtroom full of people who owed the court fines that if they weren’t able to pay, they could give blood or go to jail, according to witnesses. Jack Hanrahan Erie (Pa.) Times-News/AP
An Alabama judge told a courtroom full of people who owed the court fines that if they weren’t able to pay, they could give blood or go to jail, according to witnesses. Jack Hanrahan Erie (Pa.) Times-News/AP

Alabama court offers those who can’t pay fines an alternative: Give a pint of blood

October 19, 2015 07:32 PM

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