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Will she learn now? Maybe:

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Nah. People like her never learn.

On a different note, the judge didn't have to keep bringing her back until she really screwed up. He could have let it go after the first time and chalked it up to stupid spoiled kid.
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I see a street kid who was so completely out of her comfort zone she had no idea how to react. Someone should have explained to her how to behave in court.
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LarsMac;1419431 wrote: I see a street kid who was so completely out of her comfort zone she had no idea how to react. Someone should have explained to her how to behave in court.


STREET KID??? I doubt that-----street kids aren't that stupid----more likely upper middle class family brat.
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YZGI;1419424 wrote: Nah. People like her never learn.

On a different note, the judge didn't have to keep bringing her back until she really screwed up. He could have let it go after the first time and chalked it up to stupid spoiled kid.


He could have, acted like her parents and let it pass.

We see where that got her.
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My heroine Is Judge Judy...

I love the way she swats mouthy teenagers.

Love her quotes such as:

" Beauty fades, dumb Is forever"
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tude dog;1419437 wrote: He could have, acted like her parents and let it pass.

We see where that got her.


I just get tired of some of these judges that think they are above the general public and deserve to be treated like royalty.
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oscar;1419440 wrote: My heroine Is Judge Judy...

I love the way she swats mouthy teenagers.

Love her quotes such as:

" Beauty fades, dumb Is forever"
Wow, didn't realize you would get her show. Yes, she is a pip. Started out as a judge in Brooklyn Family Court.
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AnneBoleyn;1419446 wrote: Wow, didn't realize you would get her show. Yes, she is a pip. Started out as a judge in Brooklyn Family Court.


She's on every day here for two hours. Mr O and I never miss her. If we're going to be out, we record her shows...

The woman Is a Goddess :-4
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YZGI;1419441 wrote: I just get tired of some of these judges that think they are above the general public and deserve to be treated like royalty. The Judge In my trial had trouble staying awake... I swear there must have been a small person under his desk poking him with a stick periodically.
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This is a spoiled brat - she was never taught Respect

There's no respect at home

Are we not taught manners -please - Thank You- sit up straight - chew with your mouth closed -

keep your mouth closed.?

Out of her Comfort Zone..? No, this brat's attitude is to understand her Zone.!!:wah:

Scarey generation

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oscar;1419451 wrote: The Judge In my trial had trouble staying awake... I swear there must have been a small person under his desk poking him with a stick periodically.


Well I know how he felt. I need the same when I read your po....zzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz
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:wah: What does that mean Snowfire ?

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valerie;1419419 wrote: Will she learn now? Maybe:




She is acting president of the Lindsey Lohan Fan Club. :rolleyes:
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Snowfire;1419461 wrote: Well I know how he felt. I need the same when I read your po....zzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz You know you want me big boy.
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Watching the video I applaud the judge but come on !!!!

It's not that bad Is It ?

She's young, she's testing the boundaries. Doesn't mean to say she's a bad kid.

It was a good lesson because It sent a message to others.

Blimey, you should what the Juvenile courts In the UK have to contend with.
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Isaw a follow up video of this girl at a second hearing, she learned her lesson. The video will show up sooner or later but I can't fetch it right now.
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wow what a disgusting judge...you lot condone that behaviour from a judge?...... well I hope you don't get him in the future. there is a procedure you know ...since when does a judge punish somone for their reaction to a sentence? that's ****ed up ...and that judge is wanting to root that girl.
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Her lawyer should fess up the bail money for not doing her job to prep the idiot, erm, defendant.
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She probably had a public pretender otherwise known as a public defender in official circles. Fuzzy makes a good point, I felt that the judge was out of line. Yeah the ditz made a mistake but I think it would be better to to get her representation up there next to her and ask him/her just what the hell is going on. 18 years old with a debt like that already, almost certain to see her back.

Sometimes people do need a slap upside the head. I don't know all the facts. Anyway in the follow up video the judge suspended all but the 30 days in jail that came down, provided she attend and pass the drug classes during those 30 days. It may just work.
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This is a spoiled brat - she was never taught Respect

There's no respect at home

Are we not taught manners -please - Thank You- sit up straight - chew with your mouth closed -

keep your mouth closed.?

Out of her Comfort Zone..? No, this brat's attitude is to understand her Zone.!!

Scarey generation


We live in a society that jails parents for disciplining their children. What do you expect?
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I think you mean Not disciplining?
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I agree with Fuzz - The judge provoked the girl

she say's a response like later dud - he calls her back

his response is adios

this was tit for tat

had the girl shown respect at the beginning of this hearing - yes, sir etc.

the out come would 've been different.

The judge was trying to demand respect but yet played the same childish game

back at ya babe attitude.

The girl was not taught respect - she's headed down the wrong avenue and she had a judge with no empathy/sympathy for the brat.

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The girl looked high, REALLY high. The judge was unprofessional. She had no obvious representation. And I hate Judge Judy.

Anyone know what country this court case is from?

ETA: nevermind, I looked it up, it's in Miami. I thought it was Panama or somewhere. I'm kind of embarrassed it's a US court.
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SnoozeAgain;1419526 wrote: The girl looked high, REALLY high. The judge was unprofessional. She had no obvious representation. And I hate Judge Judy.

Anyone know what country this court case is from?

ETA: nevermind, I looked it up, it's in Miami. I thought it was Panama or somewhere. I'm kind of embarrassed it's a US court.


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Most kids of that age don't understand ' contempt of court'...

She's a kid.... we ( an entire public and press gallery ) all saw a uniformed police officer do far worse In a courtroom In a trial... when adults set that kind of example to the young, Is It any wonder?
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SnoozeAgain;1419526 wrote: The girl looked high, REALLY high. The judge was unprofessional. She had no obvious representation. And I hate Judge Judy.

Anyone know what country this court case is from?

ETA: nevermind, I looked it up, it's in Miami. I thought it was Panama or somewhere. I'm kind of embarrassed it's a US court.
I guess I should have read your entire post..
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That's okay, I appreciate your help anyway.
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Since when has court room procedure been videod for distribution on You Tube ?
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Good point.
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the brat has Parents to set a example

it's a little late if your in front of a judge.

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On come on Patsy.... she's a kid who got a little bit cheeky that's all.

At that age I doubt she's been before a Judge on too many occassions and knew the protocol like the back of her hand.

She's just a cheeky kid.... she didn't swear at him and she didn't scream and shout, the actions of a 'brat '....

And now she's a cheeky kid who's been put Into debt for her young years by a smug Judge.
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Bruv;1419540 wrote: Since when has court room procedure been videod for distribution on You Tube ?


Florida has very open rules concerning courts & jail visitations. Everything is recorded & open to the public.
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Bruv;1419540 wrote: Since when has court room procedure been videod for distribution on You Tube ? You do know proposals have been put forward to video trials In the UK ?

How video hearings are speeding up court cases
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I can understand it being videoed but released to youtube?
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oscar;1419553 wrote: On come on Patsy.... she's a kid who got a little bit cheeky that's all.

At that age I doubt she's been before a Judge on too many occassions and knew the protocol like the back of her hand.

She's just a cheeky kid.... she didn't swear at him and she didn't scream and shout, the actions of a 'brat '....

And now she's a cheeky kid who's been put Into debt for her young years by a smug Judge.


Actually, she did say "F*** you" and flipped him off.

I think having a judge who was an ESL speaker didn't help, either. Plus if he wanted

proper court decorum he should have used it himself, and never repeated her Adios

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valerie;1419564 wrote: Actually, she did say "F*** you" and flipped him off.

I think having a judge who was an ESL speaker didn't help, either. Plus if he wanted

proper court decorum he should have used it himself, and never repeated her Adios

comment.


Apologies.... missed that bit...

He was enjoying himself, that's very clear.
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Snooze

The girl did look high - that was the 1st thing I thought.

but then again - that's getting to be the norm.

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oscar;1419557 wrote: You do know proposals have been put forward to video trials In the UK ?

How video hearings are speeding up court cases


Only glanced at the article, but that is so the prisoner/defendent can remain wherever they are held, no requirement to transport them to the Court, the video link is not for public consumption.
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She appeared in front of the same judge today.

Completely different attitude - she had a apology for her behavior....:yh_rotfl

Her atty. stated she was High & drunk as a excuse - tried to lower her bond....!!!:yh_rotfl

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Maybe she just needed a lesson.... she doesn't look a bad kid.... I've seen far worse
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Give her time - she'll be your "far worse".

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Patsy Warnick;1419619 wrote: She appeared in front of the same judge today.

Completely different attitude - she had a apology for her behavior....:yh_rotfl

Her atty. stated she was High & drunk as a excuse - tried to lower her bond....!!!:yh_rotfl

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Hopefully she has learned a lesson - Hopefully the judge has learned a lesson..:wah:

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An update:

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along-for-the-ride;1421706 wrote: An update:

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Thanks for the update Aftr.... That's so lovely to see. I never thought she looked like a bad kid just testing the boundaries. I'm so pleased for her.
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Such a sweet story

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