Judge Paul Lo Representing Hmong Community From The Bench

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Paul Lo was born in Laos and spent part of his childhood in a Thai refugee camp. Now, he's reportedly the first Hmong-American judge in U.S. history. Host Michel Martin speaks with Lo about his unusual path to the bench. This segment originally aired Jan. 16, 2014, on Tell Me More.

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