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Judge Judy: “I’m sending this tape to Congress”

She should hit them over the head with it

via Patterico (Read the comments!)

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  1. This really struck a chord. I work in the real court system (criminal side/drug prosecutions), and I see this sort of thing every day. It just keeps hitting you in the face. A couple of weeks ago, I was at a trial calendar call. The state was ready to try a couple of drug dealers, a male and female, for selling cocaine. The defendants showed up without attorneys. They said they had “tried to hire lawyers, but couldn’t afford them” and were seeking to have attorneys appointed – at taxpayer expense, of course.

    The judge called them up to the bench to discuss the situation. For security reasons, defendants aren’t allowed to carry purses or such with them when they come close to the judge, so the bar bailiff instructed the female defendant to lay her purse on the counsel table where I just happened to be sitting.

    Dooney and Bourke.

    The gentlemen here may or may not fully appreciate the import of that, but the ladies sure will.

  2. All too familiar these days of runaway entitlements. Now there may be some raised eyebrows in Congress over this, But I bet the President would see nothing wrong here. In fact I can see the O-ministration defending it along the lines of “So are you saying we should just cut off his rent allowance and toss him into the street?” thus totally ignoring his living arrangemnts though they would be well aware of what they are. Kind of like the way Barney Frank double-speaks his way around trying to defend Fannie, Freddie, and Dodd-Frank.

    “Typical heartless, racist tea partiers! Hey, Holder! Time to investigate Judge Judy!”

  1. This really struck a chord. I work in the real court system (criminal side/drug prosecutions), and I see this sort of thing every day. It just keeps hitting you in the face. A couple of weeks ago, I was at a trial calendar call. The state was ready to try a couple of drug dealers, a male and female, for selling cocaine. The defendants showed up without attorneys. They said they had “tried to hire lawyers, but couldn’t afford them” and were seeking to have attorneys appointed – at taxpayer expense, of course.

    The judge called them up to the bench to discuss the situation. For security reasons, defendants aren’t allowed to carry purses or such with them when they come close to the judge, so the bar bailiff instructed the female defendant to lay her purse on the counsel table where I just happened to be sitting.

    Dooney and Bourke.

    The gentlemen here may or may not fully appreciate the import of that, but the ladies sure will.

  2. All too familiar these days of runaway entitlements. Now there may be some raised eyebrows in Congress over this, But I bet the President would see nothing wrong here. In fact I can see the O-ministration defending it along the lines of “So are you saying we should just cut off his rent allowance and toss him into the street?” thus totally ignoring his living arrangemnts though they would be well aware of what they are. Kind of like the way Barney Frank double-speaks his way around trying to defend Fannie, Freddie, and Dodd-Frank.

    “Typical heartless, racist tea partiers! Hey, Holder! Time to investigate Judge Judy!”

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