Judge Jennifer Brunner Interviews Ashtabula County Judicial Candidate Marie Lane for Common Pleas Court Judge
L to R: Ashtabula County Common Pleas Court Judicial Candidate, Marie Lane, and Judge Jennifer Brunner
As part of her ongoing series of interviews with judicial candidates throughout Ohio, Judge Jennifer Brunner interviewed Ashtabula County judicial candidate, Marie Lane about her 21 years of service as Ashtabula County's Chief Public defender, her work as a founding member of her county's felony drug court and her race for Common Pleas Court Judge in Ashtabula.
Ohio's court system is self-regulating; that is, the Ohio Supreme Court oversees the operation of the entire state's court system. As I campaign, I want to give you information about the state's judiciary.
There are many judges and judicial candidates who are running for trial and appellate courts throughout the state. I want you not only to know who your judges and judicial candidates are—I want to give you the opportunity with interviews of candidates like Marie, to determine for yourself their skills and backgrounds—so you can feel confident you are voting for candidates who are qualified to serve.
This is the second installment of our judicial series. Over the course of the campaign, we'll be virtually traveling the state to safely introduce you to dedicated candidates and judges whose beliefs in a strong and responsive judiciary will help them earn your confidence as you learn about who they are and what they do. You can read more about Marie Lane at her website here.