Teen Charged with Trying to Sell Vote on eBay

Millions of lives have been sacrificed for our right to vote. The right to vote is perhaps the most precious constitutional right we have. A right that should never be taken for granted. Yet, a teenager was recently caught trying to sell his vote on e-bay. Local law enforcement officers caught the young man and he has been charged with a law that has not been used in almost ninety years. The teenager claims he was only joking. The cops are not laughing and take the position that his acts were serious enough to warrant criminal charges. Have the authorities gone too far? What would the consequences be if people were allowed to sell their votes on e-bay? Join Attorney Donald Schweitzer in Studio B as he debates this issue with criminal defense attorney John Dolan.

Posted by: Schweitzer Law Partners