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LOL.. I saw this yesterday....

Either she was still messed up on something, or she has that modern "affliction" some people have that they can do anything they want, anytime they want and no one can do anything to them..
Good for the Judge, he proved her wrong:)

ONE..A poster of her should on every street corner of that town, stating:."This is a no. 1-A dumbass."

Too bad they couldn't just beat the _____out her, but that would be illegal:)
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I love what the judge did. Sorry for her and her parents with her poor upbringing. The judge applied tough love.
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LOL.. I saw this yesterday....
Either she was still messed up on something, or she has that modern "affliction" some people have that they can do anything they want, anytime they want and no one can do anything to them..
Good for the Judge, he proved her wrong:)
ONE..A poster of her should on every street corner of that town, stating:."This is a no. 1-A dumbass."
Too bad they couldn't just beat the _____out her, but that would be illegal:)
I would have liked to have been the judge. She would have got more than 30 days.

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I don't know why he doubled her bail for saying "adios" to him...they're both Latino....he even had an accent. He didn't even seem angry until she flipped him off.

Definitely a cautionary tale.
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Courtroom behavior is different than saying adios to your friends. She was showing yet another example of disrespect. She finally encountered someone who did not put up with her crap! love it.

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Since when is saying adios to another latino showing disrespect? He was laughing all the way through her hearing until she gave him the finger...don't blame him for getting mad then. But he kinda brought it on himself with his joking demeanor.

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<quoted text> I would have liked to have been the judge. She would have got more than 30 days.
LOL.. me too, everytime she opened her mouth or looked sideways, I'd throw her some more time.

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Courtroom behavior is different than saying adios to your friends. She was showing yet another example of disrespect. She finally encountered someone who did not put up with her crap! love it.
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Since when is saying adios to another latino showing disrespect? He was laughing all the way through her hearing until she gave him the finger...don't blame him for getting mad then. But he kinda brought it on himself with his joking demeanor.
HE'S A JUDGE that's why it's disrespectful....IF I met the President, I would show him some courtesy and respect and act accordingly.....Now, if he invited me to sit down, have a beer and shoot the bull, then I would act differently:)
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Defending this type of behaviour is why we are in the shape we are in today. Anyone who would defend her will only enable her and future generations like her that are coming our way.
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Defending this type of behaviour is why we are in the shape we are in today. Anyone who would defend her will only enable her and future generations like her that are coming our way.
EXACTLY!!! And "surprise, surprise", guess who's defending HER? Why, it's the same person who defends every asinine Liberal action in history.

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HE'S A JUDGE that's why it's disrespectful....IF I met the President, I would show him some courtesy and respect and act accordingly.....Now, if he invited me to sit down, have a beer and shoot the bull, then I would act differently:)
You're an adult....she was a dumb kid, perhaps even on some kind of drug who didn't understand the judge's attitude and who obviously thought the judge was being sympathetic toward her. And I still don't understand why "adios" in response to the judge saying goodbye to her was an insult when they're both latino.

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Actually, the judge didn't say "goodbye" to her...he said "bye-bye" which, along with his playful attitude during the whole hearing, may have seemed to her like an invitation to be casual in return.

Well, she learned a lesson she won't forget.

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You're an adult....she was a dumb kid, perhaps even on some kind of drug who didn't understand the judge's attitude and who obviously thought the judge was being sympathetic toward her. And I still don't understand why "adios" in response to the judge saying goodbye to her was an insult when they're both latino.
Perhaps the "lesson learned" by her in dealing with Judge in court will wise her up some:)
He told her from the get go she wasn't in a club but in a court room.

She was being a doped out smart ass nothing more who thought the entire thing was funny UNTIL he lowered the boom on her.

I watched it again and I didn't see where he was being "sympathetic " towards her.. He was merely asking if she had taken drugs in the last twenty four hours and how much her jewelry was worth.....Did they even mention to each other they were both LATINOS, and what does that have to do with anything to start with?..LOL...
You can't change your normal respectful behavior just because a judge is the same color or race as you:)

LESSON LEARNED here is, don't be cute in front of a Judge if he's white, black, hispanic, or purple:)
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According to recent court decisions, "flipping someone off" is protected freedom of speech. All she has to do is sue in a higher court, and with the previous ruling of another court that set the standard. Like it, or not (unless she gets an idiot, like the ones around here) she's going to end up getting a huge civil rights settlement.

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I submit that to a stupid kid who may even be on some kind of drug the attitude of the judge where he is laughing when asking her questions about her jewelry and even when he told her "you're not in a club now" might have made that kid think the judge was just a big old teddybear and that invited the adios comment. Up until he doubled her bail I bet she would have said later "that judge was really nice".

Did you hear the comment from the prosecutor that this girl had never been in trouble before? She made a mistake and paid a big price.

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She said "adios" sarcastically to the Judge ,and in doing so.... she was disrespectful. And so the Judge ordered her the proper sentencing , for the "young latino" who chooses at her "young age" to act and live with disrespect not only for herself , her Family , but also for the Judge. Will 30 day's "teach her to become more respectful towards others" i am placing my bet now ......NO.

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Mountaineer Freedom wrote:
According to recent court decisions, "flipping someone off" is protected freedom of speech. All she has to do is sue in a higher court, and with the previous ruling of another court that set the standard. Like it, or not (unless she gets an idiot, like the ones around here) she's going to end up getting a huge civil rights settlement.

He asked her if she said "F" you and she said yes....It went beyond the gesture, but that would be freedom of speech also...

The question would be if he had the authority to impose a harsher sentence to begin with, concerning here original charges, before she said it...IF so, he merely changed his mind and raised her sentence to still be within the law..

Is there no decorum anymore?... I only hope the Federal Judge who ruled flipping off the police etc.was freedom of speech, has a multitude of criminals steadily coming before HIM, telling him to "F" you:)

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Lesson Learned wrote:
I submit that to a stupid kid who may even be on some kind of drug the attitude of the judge where he is laughing when asking her questions about her jewelry and even when he told her "you're not in a club now" might have made that kid think the judge was just a big old teddybear and that invited the adios comment. Up until he doubled her bail I bet she would have said later "that judge was really nice".
Did you hear the comment from the prosecutor that this girl had never been in trouble before? She made a mistake and paid a big price.
"Did you hear the comment from the prosecutor that this girl had never been in trouble before? She made a mistake and paid a big price."

Then her parents are a fault for not teaching her how to act properly in the first place.....
Personally, I have no pity for total stupidity or a smart mouth on anyone....This is a non issue to me...She is where she ought to be for the next thirty days.. Maybe, again she will learn some lessons in manners since she obviously didn't get them taught at home:)

I mean how stupid can you get...LOL.. to give a Judge the finger and say "F" you?.....:)

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