Tune in as we take a “Journey Through History… with Judge James A. Lineberger”. Retired Judge Lineberger, a native of Stanley, NC talks about what it was like growing up in a small southern town, his military experience, his law career and eventually becoming a Judge in Philadelphia, Pa. Judge Lineberger speaks candidly about several events which catapulted Philadelphia (as well as prominent Philadelphians), into the national spotlight during the 1960s and ‘80s. Our conversation touches on his interactions with former Pennsylvania Governor Ed Rendell, former Philadelphia Mayor Wilson Goode, and the tragic “MOVE” bombing of 1985. He freely shares his thoughts about the racially charged 1967 Supreme Court case titled Loving vs. Virginia. as well as various news making events in which he’s been involved throughout his illustrious judicial career.

So, if you are from Philly, PA, Stanley, NC, OR if you know someone who is, you definitely want to tune in to this episode of TCBp to get your personal history lesson compliments of The Honorable Judge James A. Lineberger.

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