Somehow, people online think you have the right to express yourself in a court of law by shooting the bird
I'm not joking. There are several questions about whether the girl had a constitutional freedom to flip off the judge, and whether the judge over stepped his bounds by not allowing the girl to answer for why the judge should not hold in contempt.
"Originally posted by Bronk0 Everyone put something in your sig about it...
I do not have experience with the underlings of Miami, but was she on drugs or just mentally incompetent? Her behavior was incredibly rash and erratic. Clearly contempt of court with the middle finger. However the 30 day sentence seems like a needless expenditure of tax dollars for someone that much of a lost cause.
It beats reading your masturbatory sessions in other threads.
My arguments are almost always either expository or critical in nature, not of which can be masturbatory (what an awful way to describe a conversation anyways). That would be contradictory. I am almost always discussing for the sake of knowledge. This hardly is.
Originally Posted by Ford
Please don't hold me in pbn contempt judger of threads.
I apologize for being sick of the bull**** dragged through here every day and dressed up to be politics. I'll stop critiquing if people start making better threads.
Milton produced Paradise Lost for the same reason as a silkworm produces silk. It was an expression of his own nature. - Karl Marx
You dont disrespect a judge in court. Period. It doesnt work out well.
its too easy easy to keep your cool in a professional setting, and if you cant be professional to defend something you stand behind at the most important of times, then you dont deserve to be granted a judge, or a courts, time.
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As soon as she made the Rick Ross reference I would have sent her *** in for the maximum sentence within my power, but thats just me. Fortunately for her...this judge doesnt quite understand what today's youth is really all about.