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Why It's not a Good Idea
to Flip Off the Judge

 


NJLawman.com
Police and Law Enforcement News
Sunday, February 10,
2013  10:47 a
.m.

A Florida woman learned the hard way why it's not a good idea to flip off the judge.  The exchange was caught on tape and has gone viral.

From Fox 47:

Penelope Soto, an eighteen-year-old Florida woman, was in Miami Judge Jorge Rodriguez-Chomat's courtroom Monday, facing charges of drug possession for Xanax.

Judge Rodriguez-Chomat was preparing to release her on a $5,000 bond when the laughing young woman sarcastically said "Adios" before walking away from the bench.

The judge didn't appreciate her flippant attitude and increased her bail to $10,000.

"Are you serious?" Soto gasped, when she heard the sentence. Judge Rodriguez-Chomat affirmed that he was serious.

As the young woman walked away, she raised her middle finger, and directed an obscenity at the judge.

Watch the video below:

 

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