Meet the Judge Who Went Viral For His Creative Punishments

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  • 30/08/2015 को प्रकाशित
  • Painesville, Ohio, Judge Michael Cicconetti say he believes in making the punishment fit the crime.

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  • Orangutan
    Orangutan साल पहले +2074

    This judge is not only extremely kind, but he’s right too. Larger offences often start off from smaller repeated offences that’s caused by jailtime, by his creative and embarrassing punishments, they’re discouraged to not repeat their crime. 10x better than sitting in a concrete box all day.

    • Mucho Texto
      Mucho Texto 10 महीने पहले

      @Josh Davis Your reply made me see this comment I made and tbh I don't even know what tf it means. English is not my main language so it can be anything

    • Josh Davis
      Josh Davis 10 महीने पहले

      @Mucho Texto punish the mislead? Yikes

    • Mucho Texto
      Mucho Texto साल पहले +1

      @La Reina del Sur The justice's job is to defend the right, punish the mislead and ban the wrong

    • Ibex
      Ibex साल पहले +8

      It also saves a lot of tax payer money. Won't work on everyone, sure but if it works, that's great.

    • LazoGT
      LazoGT साल पहले

      Johan Herrman is that true??? thats actually ridiculous

  • Kris the Dumbass
    Kris the Dumbass 11 महीने पहले +2320

    "Did you take your dumb pills today?"
    Okay I'm not even 1 minute into the video yet and I love this guy already

    • Idk😍
      Idk😍 7 महीने पहले

      I'm the 1.8k like👏

    • Memerroni
      Memerroni 7 महीने पहले

      This is the new "hey pal you just roll in from stupid town?"

    • Tesh Man
      Tesh Man 7 महीने पहले +1

      Taking of pills you just remind me to take my medicine...not those sweet ones 😜

    • michael hammond
      michael hammond 9 महीने पहले +4

      Really wanted to like this but it's at 420 if that has anything to say. Well just call me a silent 421

    • Kris the Dumbass
      Kris the Dumbass 10 महीने पहले +8

      @blaze 6909 Indeed he has.

  • mu116688
    mu116688 7 महीने पहले +156

    He did what the education systems often failed to do. Instead of handing out cold hard punishments, he educates those who are in trouble. This is what a real judge should do.

    • 💘crushin💖
      💘crushin💖 6 महीने पहले

      There's no money in real solutions

  • PaladinVII
    PaladinVII 7 महीने पहले +137

    The other judges: 75% repeat offense.
    This judge: 10% repeat offense.
    It's clear he's doing his job right and every other judge should take notes.

    • Multi407D
      Multi407D 4 महीने पहले

      Please dont fall for that BS. Sampling bias + seleciton bias. He is comparing different data sets (different crimes too). Doesnt infer causality.

    • Leon Brewer
      Leon Brewer 6 महीने पहले

      Other Judges with a 75% repeat offense, Take Rutherford Counties Extortion Scandal while The Tennessee Department of Safety and Homeland Security was Illegally suspending license, Regarding my Latest Fraudulent Driving on Suspended in Rutherford County, We have January 2020 Civil Rights attorney Kyle Mothershead argued with Rutherford Counties Negligent Judge Bennet regarding The 10 year Class Action Settlement against Rutherford Counties Extortion Scandal "Rutherford Counties Negligent activities is why Leon is behind on child support with his ex wife Rachel Whited in Wilson County "(Now Rutherford Counties Negligent Judge Bennet could of made an "Honorable" choice been like "Your right 10 years 2 Class Action Settlememts one against the Rutherford County and One against The Tennessee department of safety and Homeland Security for Ilegally suspending license, There is No reason for Mr.Brewer license to still be Illegally suspended, "BARNEY, go get Mr.Brewers license and I am going to personally hand them to him"....Rutherford Counties Negligent Judge Bennet could of been "Honorable" and been like "Your right, and with Tennessee being an "At Fault" State somebody owes Mr.Brewer for Damages of his totaled truck in 2014, so Rutherford Counties Negligent Judge Mcfarlin and his Negligent Buddies that are clearly in Contempt of Court with Judge Truager ruleing in 2018 giving The Tennessee Department of Safety and Homeland Security 60 days to "IMEDIATELY " reinstate 170,000+ Illegally suspended license dating back to 2012, and Since Deputy Negligent Officer Evan Sharp and his Negligent buddies want to undermind her authority they can pay for damages, No reason for them to have Mr.Brewer surrounded with Guns drawn on him due to Their Negligent activities " Rutherford Counties Negligent Judge Bennet also could of been like "Your right, There is No resona for Mr.Brewer to be behind on child support due to our Negligent activities, That's Child Neglect and I don't tolerate such stupidty so I am going to tripple his Back Child Support and The Tennessee Department of Safety and Homeland Security and Rutherford County can pay for the damages" But instead he did actually waive most the Fraudulent Fees and Fines from Rutherford Counties Extortion Scandal "BUT" he gave an "Ablebodied " speech regarding all the Fraudulent arrest in 2019, and Honestly it was a 2017 Fraudulent Driving on Suspended, and a 2018 Fraudulent Driving on Suspended and Unfortunately in 2017 my shoulder was still dislocated from the 2014 wreck due to The Tennessee Department of Safety and Homeland Security and Rutherford Counties Negligent activities and Unfortunately with Tennessee being an At Fault State All-State had yet to pay for damages for the 2014 wreck due to The Tennessee Department of Safety and Homeland Security and Rutherford Counties Negligent activities, Now as Rutherford Counties Sherrif Arnold said in 2015 regarding Their Extortion Scandal "It's not about the money, It's about your debt to society and we don't arrest for Non Payment" but Basically If you look at all this, There are many factors that result into a "Repeat" offender #1 The Judge (Most times Judges are like president they don't actually make choices, It's between attorneys and Judge are just there for "Legal" documentation)#2 It would be between the attorney for poorly representing the client

  • Alex Harper
    Alex Harper 7 महीने पहले +115

    I actually love this so much. I've worked in Corrections and honestly it's not correcting anything it's just time out for adults. People come in on small charges like a bit of weed or something and leave as thugs, especially the impressionable young people. This is a good way to actually attempt to correct people's behavior BEFORE potentially ruining their life.

    • That one dude •-•
      That one dude •-• 7 महीने पहले +3

      Sending young folks to jail is a perfect opportunity for them to learn from other criminals and get connections to commit more crimes. Keep them out of jail? They’re less likely to have that opportunity

  • Violet Ayis
    Violet Ayis साल पहले +9786

    10% reoffense rate only? Clearly he's doing something right.

    • ghostmemeboi
      ghostmemeboi 7 महीने पहले

      @Troy Gibbons it's actually proven that states with the death penalty promote recidivism

    • Brandon Bennetch
      Brandon Bennetch 8 महीने पहले

      @adithya stren the rate was compared to the same level of courts, ie not dealing with things like felonies

    • SuperSonicHot
      SuperSonicHot साल पहले +1


    • adithya stren
      adithya stren साल पहले

      @Half Knight You have been throughly ignored.

    • A G
      A G साल पहले

      @RPCSA 818
      For arson whatever they destroyed, let’s say a house they have to unpaid or minor monetary payments along with for no hourly wage working to build a house start to finish with a team

  • Mizzy's Parrots
    Mizzy's Parrots 7 महीने पहले +431

    I think this is really cool. I dont think people need jail time for such tiny things. They need to be punished sure, but jail time for not paying a cab fee? Cmon. Making her walk is cool. Physical labor actually really humbles a person.

    • Mr Monkey
      Mr Monkey 6 महीने पहले

      @Tyler Brooker na she’s a slag

    • Mr Monkey
      Mr Monkey 6 महीने पहले

      @That’s crazy But I don’t remember asking you can smell it in her lungs

    • Tyler Brooker
      Tyler Brooker 7 महीने पहले

      @That’s crazy But I don’t remember asking Wait was that you?...

    • That’s crazy But I don’t remember asking
      That’s crazy But I don’t remember asking 7 महीने पहले +3

      @Tyler Brooker you could hear it in he eyes?? Tf does that mean

    • Tyler Brooker
      Tyler Brooker 7 महीने पहले +2

      @Dextrius i do hope she becomes a good person in life!

  • Bᵣᵢgₕₜₑᵣ Dₐyz
    Bᵣᵢgₕₜₑᵣ Dₐyz 7 महीने पहले +138

    We must protect this man at all costs lol this is how it’s done and he’s right ya gotta catch people early before the criminality really develops

  • ML
    ML 6 महीने पहले +29

    Proud of this smart Judge. Should give training and lectures across North America. Maybe other Judges could follow and we would save many from heading down wrong path. Cheers Sir !

  • dreams
    dreams 7 महीने पहले +33

    He has more compassion than 90% of judges out there!!

  • Chanta Pressley
    Chanta Pressley 2 साल पहले +4892

    We need more judges like this. One who doesn't want to destroy lives. Choosing appropriate consequences with their crimes, and still showing that we have a choice. That's real rehabilitation. You go judge

    • Justin Gibson
      Justin Gibson 7 महीने पहले

      For sure

    • JK
      JK 7 महीने पहले

      @That0n3Player he never forced them. He gave them options.

    • Paul Riebe
      Paul Riebe 7 महीने पहले

      Look how old he is wonder if he remembers where his keys to his car really are???

    • jane sykes
      jane sykes 7 महीने पहले

    • JK
      JK 7 महीने पहले +1

      The pepper spray woman should have been sent to jail.

  • Michael Lyons
    Michael Lyons 7 महीने पहले +31

    Any judge that could think outside the box like that deserves an Oscar.

  • Source
    Source 8 महीने पहले +37

    WHY can’t we have more like him?! Love him 💕. Other judges…take note

  • Pascal Nabwana
    Pascal Nabwana 8 महीने पहले +29

    A true example of who a judge should be. Not one to just churn out sentences but help the community rehabilitate would be criminals.

  • Alrica Neshama
    Alrica Neshama 7 महीने पहले +16

    I like this judge and he has m support.

  • Ehimwenma Richard
    Ehimwenma Richard साल पहले +6912

    This judge gets it. Small time offenders shouldn't be going to jail, it just turns them into actual criminals.

    • Chief-117
      Chief-117 7 महीने पहले

      Amen to that.

    • Alexander Tan
      Alexander Tan 7 महीने पहले

      You go to jail, u get criminal record, cant find a job, so u go back to crime in order to make a living, and then you go back to jail, and the cycle continues.
      How to break this cycle from the beginning? Hence, this judge

    • M. Aribal
      M. Aribal 7 महीने पहले

      Ikr imagine stealing a 2$ scrunchie and ending up in a jail with murderers 💀

    • King901
      King901 7 महीने पहले +1

      Justice system doesn’t work like that if your even suspected of a crime you can be arrested and thrown in jail till your court date which could be months, or you pay the ridiculously high bail price.

    • Rose 10-33
      Rose 10-33 7 महीने पहले

      Small time crimes are created by criminals. But some people don’t realize a crime is a crime. They should all be punished.

    PUN ISHER 7 महीने पहले +14

    We need more people in the world like him!
    Nice job man!

  • deborah underwood
    deborah underwood 7 महीने पहले +18

    We need a judge just like this one in every county in the USA!!

  • Tyrell Meyer
    Tyrell Meyer 8 महीने पहले +5

    We need more judges like this in the world.
    This theory may not work 100% on everyone but i bet it really does work better then our current systems.
    Treating people with dignity and respect, yet still facing some sort of judgement.

  • Leeann Fitch
    Leeann Fitch 9 महीने पहले +23

    More judges like this man is definitely what we need in this country. When I did playground duty I handed out punishments like, two kids fighting? Make them stand nose to nose with their hands behind their backs. Or 6th graders being mean to little kids had to walk along with me, holding my hand. I'd say look at this kindergardener, he can't keep his hands to himself. He must me in pre k.

  • Pipay Po
    Pipay Po 2 साल पहले +1985

    "When they get in jail, they get smarter criminally" wise words judge.

    • NightRunner417
      NightRunner417 2 साल पहले +1

      @Tony Baran Danke :-)

    • Tony Baran
      Tony Baran 2 साल पहले +1

      @NightRunner417 good answer.... 👍🍄

    • Fizzy
      Fizzy 2 साल पहले


    • NightRunner417
      NightRunner417 2 साल पहले +4

      @M Harris Exposure to extremely hostile environments does NOT make a person somehow magically better. It's a proven fact of neuroscience that the more hostile the environment that any sentient creature is exposed to, the more hostile they become in order to survive. It's a coping mechanism from the natural world and doesn't give a crap about societal constructs.

    • J. JJ
      J. JJ 2 साल पहले +1

      One University I’d never want to get accepted into!!

  • GMG Jake
    GMG Jake 8 महीने पहले +2

    God bless this man . We need more positive people like this that go out of their way to help others in a profound way that will impact them on future occurrences . He shows the youth that they can do good for the community instead if negative :

  • Erin Cross
    Erin Cross 10 महीने पहले +18

    Its called rehabilitating behaviors what the justice system was meant for. This is a judge that has not been tainted. Cherish him ❤️

  • P. Garcia
    P. Garcia 7 महीने पहले +11

    One of a kind judge.
    Don't add to the problem, find a solution.
    That kid just got an amazing chance !

  • Chief-117
    Chief-117 7 महीने पहले +7

    This is a good man, a GREAT MAN. There's a special place for him in heaven when he gets there! We need more people in the world like him. More judges like him

  • Louise Silance
    Louise Silance साल पहले +3763

    I like how he’s not only teaching people, but also giving a lot of kids and younger people the chance to step out this smarter and still with a clean slate

    • zephiro l
      zephiro l साल पहले +1

      @Brendon Vineyard You do know what Anecdotal means right? I'd guess not, look it up. Because there is no way you could even make that conclusion without it being anecdotal in nature, and not reflective of reality.
      On top of this you have the fact that in his over 2 decades of work as a judge, he has less than 20 of these ridiculous sentences. Please explain how you could make your % argument with that?
      On top of all that you also have the fact most of these offenses he gave unusual sentences too, are unique incidents which rarely have repeat offenders of the same crime. So again, impossible to calculate your statistic.
      Lastly you need to realize correlation and causation are not one in the same. Now do us a favor and spend less time entertaining people on the internet, and more time into knowing what you're talking about when you speak on a topic.

    • Brendon Vineyard
      Brendon Vineyard साल पहले +1

      @zephiro l literally says repeat offenders is %10 which is much lower then the National average. Clearly hes doing something right. Now im done entertaining you. Not worth my time.

    • zephiro l
      zephiro l साल पहले

      @Brendon Vineyard lol What statistics? A couple anecdotal situations is not "statistics" An even if we wanted to stretch to that level of stupidity, we would still have no way of knowing the detrimental effects it had on crime rates for the people who now know they can do things that would once get them years in prison now gets them a " no no don't do it again" prize.

    • Brendon Vineyard
      Brendon Vineyard साल पहले +3

      @zephiro l bro the statistics say its working tho lol. Clearly hes doing something better then the rest of the nation.

    • Julia
      Julia साल पहले +1

      @Coniston this is very true. However, the U.S. already has a high percentage of reoffenders who will go in an out of prison. It’s nice that at least they are given another chance because jail and prison do make people “harder” and more likely to reoffend.

  • Misty Larrison
    Misty Larrison 7 महीने पहले +8

    We absolutely need more judges like this gentleman! Way to go! I would move there just for him! Amazing man! 👏

  • Landon Willis
    Landon Willis 7 महीने पहले +22

    Crazy. Almost like “an eye for an eye” actually works. Screw jails. Crime fits the punishment. What you do is done to you.

    • Scotty6644
      Scotty6644 3 महीने पहले

      Yep, Hammurabi got it right the first time 4000 years ago.

    MIGHTYSON 7 महीने पहले +6

    The whole world needs Judges like him!💯

  • Zero Sixx
    Zero Sixx 7 महीने पहले +13

    bless this judges heart, hes a wonderful person.

  • bushmaster 41
    bushmaster 41 2 साल पहले +4907

    This judge is saving us tax payers money.

    • JD Kingsley
      JD Kingsley 7 महीने पहले

      @whodoesntlikesurfing walking 30 miles isn’t cruel and unusual you degenerate .

    • Aryan Varshneya
      Aryan Varshneya 7 महीने पहले

      @whodoesntlikesurfing bruh did your mom break up with you?

    • QuietPlease
      QuietPlease 7 महीने पहले


    • Owen Edwards
      Owen Edwards 8 महीने पहले

      I can bet that only A small amount of the taxpayer dollars goes to the department of corrections.

    • Brandon Bennetch
      Brandon Bennetch 8 महीने पहले

      and taking the money out of the back pockets of the incarceration system and politicians

  • Propaganda Slayer
    Propaganda Slayer 11 महीने पहले +5

    I can actually believe that this isnt a common practice. This is A C T U A L justice. One day maybe judges all around will think about this as a much more efficient way to prevent crime.

  • Keziah Jose
    Keziah Jose 7 महीने पहले +17

    This is actually extremely fair, because they’re getting back just as much as they put out, every action has an opposite and equal reaction

  • Steve Wisniewski
    Steve Wisniewski 10 महीने पहले +1

    This judge has shown that there are more intelligent and effective ways to deal with people that come to his court so they may learn what they did and found guilty was inappropriate. Some people may think this is an eye for an eye yet it is not. It’s simply brilliant. It teaches a lesson, it keeps the person out of jail which helps with saving money for the community, the person found guilty and gives faith to realize that someone is willing to give another person a break but yet they still are held accountable and not just put in a hole in the wall behind bars. Kudos to you your honor. This is how my father, Irene who is 84 years old raised me as a child. Thank you and God bless.

  • tam b
    tam b 9 महीने पहले +4

    imagine this country having more judges like him…prayers to that

  • M H
    M H साल पहले +6482

    Not only is giving sentences that are appropriate, but he maybe helping to change some offenders direction in their life. I like this Judge.

    • Justin Jeune
      Justin Jeune साल पहले +1

      We need more judge's like him

    • ploopy
      ploopy साल पहले +1

      @norbert1636 oh my bad thought you meant that with a dem president the supreme court was filled with nazis lol

    • norbert1636
      norbert1636 साल पहले

      @ploopy exactly, reps and nazis have a looot in common

    • ploopy
      ploopy साल पहले

      @norbert1636 supreme court is majority republican 6-3 so I'm not sure what you are on about

    • Lard Lover
      Lard Lover साल पहले +3

      @norbert1636 please refrain from bringing your political opinions into a video about a wholesome judge

  • Miriam Bonilla
    Miriam Bonilla 8 महीने पहले

    I love this judge. We need more like him.

  • Vivienne Lebel
    Vivienne Lebel 7 महीने पहले +2

    What an intelligent man !!! Who obviously uses more than a little psychology in exactly the right dose when dealing with these offenders.Bravo, super, well done Mr.Judge.

  • Jersey girl
    Jersey girl 7 महीने पहले +1

    I like this judge's techniques. Teaching empathy. Very effective. More judges should go by his examples.

  • OppboiZeppelin
    OppboiZeppelin 7 महीने पहले +3

    This judge set the bar way high, has my full respect

  • dinkypoo92mkm
    dinkypoo92mkm साल पहले +3316

    This man is literally turning people's lives around. That's what they need a wake up call, a little embarrassment and hopefully they probably never do it again. Good judge, God bless him and his kind heart.

    • Avocado
      Avocado  9 महीने पहले


    • ViaMirage
      ViaMirage 9 महीने पहले +1

      How is riding a bike at a parade a punishment exactly? 🤷🏼

    • Lachies Lan
      Lachies Lan 11 महीने पहले +4

      @Dafdyy as opposed to what? All you're doing is complaining in a comment section while this judge does his part in building a better world for everyone.

    • Dafdyy
      Dafdyy 11 महीने पहले

      @Isn't That Something! But the legal system is absolutely horrible and inhumane.. so he's just applying a Band-Aid to a problem he's personally contributing to through his actual career choice?.. so f****** stunning and brave 🙄

    • Eren B.
      Eren B. साल पहले +1

      @Isn't That Something! that sums it up pretty well

  • Kea Gaming
    Kea Gaming 7 महीने पहले

    I wish a judge like him was in my town.
    Here we have many repeat offenders, if we could just stop people from becoming bad people, that would help humanity so much.

  • June Byrne
    June Byrne 10 महीने पहले +4

    One of the problems with young people doing stupid things is they tend to brag. But having to do something embarrassing kind of takes away the bragging rights. I agree. Don’t ruin someone’s life just stop them in their tracks and make them think.

  • Abena Kwaewaah
    Abena Kwaewaah 9 महीने पहले +1

    I so so love this judge, he is helping these guys pick up their lives, Preventing them from moving to worst. Almighty God bless him

  • Bucy
    Bucy 9 महीने पहले +1

    You can either just follow the law, or you can take each case a little more personally
    THIS is why we have HUMANS as judges, he takes his job seriously and everyone lives the better for it!

  • the one
    the one साल पहले +961

    That judge is a legend, he actually wants to help people not just throw them in a box for a year ( respect man 💪🏼)

    • Apple Farm
      Apple Farm साल पहले +2

      @MilitoR_207 there can always be less

    • MilitoR_207
      MilitoR_207 साल पहले +1

      @Apple Farm nah there will ALWAYS be bad ppl in the world

    • Desiree
      Desiree साल पहले +2

      Plus it doesn’t use as many resources. Jails tend to need a lot of funds (staff, food, electricity, water you get the picture) and these punishments have less people in jail. Of course there are some people who **should** be in jail but for small, minor offences like those shown in the video, these are more effective.

    • Martin Kotze
      Martin Kotze साल पहले +4

      In south africa we will say
      HE is good. And it is a different approach to the community. Keep it up. We all can learn something from him.

    • AmindOfADinga
      AmindOfADinga साल पहले +3

      @Apple Farm yes absolutely agree another really great judge was a guy named Harry field he was one of the best in my area as well chiconetti and him are very similar

  • Evan Ritz
    Evan Ritz 7 महीने पहले +6

    It’s cruel and unusual punishment, unusual punishments are kinda covered for a reason to prevent this. Definitely funny and I certainly enjoyed it but if someone want to pursue him they certainly would have a case.

  • Benjamin Rester
    Benjamin Rester 7 महीने पहले +1

    He is a very smart judge who actually cares about the community!! I would love to see this attitude across the country!

  • E.M. Chantal Gatore
    E.M. Chantal Gatore 9 महीने पहले +2

    We need more this kind of judge! I love him.

  • bob m
    bob m 7 महीने पहले

    It's a great judge that uses his time to teach and I hope you people are thankful for what he has done for you.

  • Supergalaxycrazykiller Psycopath
    Supergalaxycrazykiller Psycopath साल पहले +15213

    Honestly, his way of punishment can actually make people learn than just putting them in a room. He actually cares for his job and he seems like his enjoying it

    • Blake MacDonald
      Blake MacDonald 7 महीने पहले

      Now all he needs is to start every case with: “_____ lost the episode. Now here’s your punishment…” 😂😂😂

    • Nies Son
      Nies Son 7 महीने पहले

      True that... Coz putting them in jail, sure you get your freedom taken away, and get some time to think, but, there's no correction, this has some psychology in it.
      Experience is the best teacher. Which is why to me, what revenge isn't like being evil, at least to me... I just want someone to be in my situation for them to experience my pain and learn empathy... firsthand.

    • ImpostorSyndrome
      ImpostorSyndrome 7 महीने पहले

      what about hard criminals like killers or abusers? Would you still let them free do some thing publicly? All of the thinfs he mentiones here were mils sentences, no more than 90 days

    • ImpostorSyndrome
      ImpostorSyndrome 7 महीने पहले

      @▽CR1SIS▲ what about hard criminals like killers or abusers? Would you still let them free do some thing publicly? All of the thinfs he mentiones here were mils sentences, no more than 90 days

    • Kesay
      Kesay 7 महीने पहले +1

      I like this way of punishment for small crimes. The offensive were not major or life threatening and the judge showed a better way to punish. His approach is actually teaching and saving lives more than being locked in a room. Great job judge!

  • Jimmy James
    Jimmy James 8 महीने पहले +1

    We need more judges like him

  • Mary Patten
    Mary Patten 9 महीने पहले

    Thank you for this video. Am so happy for Mouse. Thank God we have some good Judges setting on our judiciary benches.
    Praying other Judges across our country take note of how to be successful at deterring crime.
    That we all stay well, safe and living free. In Jesus name. Amen.

  • CWC Pants
    CWC Pants 8 महीने पहले +4

    Its nice seeing a judge that knows how to EFFECTIVELY dispense punishment lol this is actually heartwarming.

  • Easter Chambers
    Easter Chambers 5 महीने पहले +4

    1.Hermosa eleccion Kissss.Uno de mejor ❤️
    2. elecciones 9.5/10
    3. culturales )l 9.3/10
    ''Son unos de los mejores conciertos''.

  • MlCH3IIE
    MlCH3IIE 2 साल पहले +13810

    This judge is like one of those cool teachers but more rare to find

    • slime. yolo
      slime. yolo 10 महीने पहले

      @REEEPROGRAM very

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      carter साल पहले


    • 👺samurai boi
      👺samurai boi साल पहले +1

      Yeah its legendary at this point

    • Bozo Obama
      Bozo Obama साल पहले

      you just cant compare this judge with a teacher ... pff

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  • Kittieismexoxo
    Kittieismexoxo 10 महीने पहले +5

    I love this! It's the perfect idea. A little embarrassment never hurt anybody, and it'll stop them from learning stuff in jail they shouldn't know

  • OldCanuckle
    OldCanuckle 9 महीने पहले

    We all need more good men like this ♥️

  • Hana Behl-Lecter
    Hana Behl-Lecter 10 महीने पहले

    Poor Moose. God I love this judge. I work at a shelter and I could only dream of seeing some of the disgusting people who mistreat their animals getting some meaningful creative punishments.

  • NAT
    NAT 7 महीने पहले

    Wow. I love how he knows the jail system in so arbitrary and corrupt bc it only leaves criminals to dwell on what they’ve done and become better criminals rather than actually learning to not repeat the crime. 👏✨

  • Auwal Muhammad Idris
    Auwal Muhammad Idris साल पहले +7078

    “They get in jail, they get smarter criminally”. This man is smart!!!

    • Justin Time
      Justin Time 7 महीने पहले +1

      @501 DRE what a shitty judge

    • 501 DRE
      501 DRE 7 महीने पहले

      We have a judge in little rock Arkansas that will have people count the trees out a window and give them that many yrs, or count a certain color of cars in the parking lot, it was one instance where he looked at his watch for the time and it was 12:30 and gave the man 12 to 30 years

    • Justin Time
      Justin Time 7 महीने पहले +1

      @Corey Stansbury the justice system isn't about punishing people it's about making them better citizens. If you just use it as a tool for revenge you're not doing anyone any favors. The pepper spray lady got a bit of a taste of her own medicine because she felt the fear of thinking she was getting pepper sprayed, while simultaneously being treated humanely since they didn't pepper spray her. If you treat people with some lenience and kindness they're more likely to reciprocate that kindness later on towards others.

    • Braylon
      Braylon साल पहले +1

      "They get in jail, they get hiv"

    • El Chapo Jr
      El Chapo Jr साल पहले

      Yea you get PHD in criminal

  • Tapomoy Chatterjee
    Tapomoy Chatterjee 8 महीने पहले

    We need more people like him 👍🏻

  • Carissa Carter
    Carissa Carter 7 महीने पहले

    He treats these people like people and that is what makes a difference. Way to go, Sir. Way to go.

  • Teemack157
    Teemack157 8 महीने पहले

    Greatest judge of all time we need more like him he is truly god sent and forgiven he understands that we’re human we make mistakes

  • Terry Bunsey
    Terry Bunsey 9 महीने पहले

    I luv it!!!! Omg, we more Judge’s like him and realizes that ppl can change and great lessons to ppl that are not murdering anyone. This is so beautiful and he needs to give classes to other judges 🤷‍♀️. ❤️🧑‍⚖️🧑‍⚖️🧑‍⚖️🧑‍⚖️

  • buffet panda Rico
    buffet panda Rico साल पहले +3966

    This man is a legend, too bad, he is retired.

  • J4CK50N
    J4CK50N 7 महीने पहले

    If there were more judges like him, the world would be a better place.

  • Fribelene Soliven
    Fribelene Soliven 7 महीने पहले

    This judge is a man of wisdom and understanding. More power to him.

  • Vickie Hawkins
    Vickie Hawkins 7 महीने पहले

    I love this man. Kindhearted and loves animals. God Bless you Judge 🙏

  • Jerrs Aerial Photography & Vlogs
    Jerrs Aerial Photography & Vlogs 10 महीने पहले +5

    This is the way all judges should do their job! If you just lock everybody up for everything then they just going to sit there and think of how much they wish they would have done the bad thing they did differently!

  • Kawaii Lammas
    Kawaii Lammas 2 साल पहले +16118

    he was probably that one kid that has lots of dares planned when playing truth or dare but never had the chance to use it on someone 😂

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    • Truth Seeker
      Truth Seeker साल पहले +1

      @rrAqua correct however in this case they are the ones tha choose the punishment. PH only have those effects if it is against your will and without reason. In this case they are completely aware of why they are doing it and they agree thus next time they will think about the consequences and the 2nd opportunity they got at such a low price but it could of been harder. This how justices should be served instead of just enslaving people for petty crimes.

    • kunjal Modi
      kunjal Modi साल पहले

      Is so kawaii lammas chan

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  • Mark Nagy
    Mark Nagy 7 महीने पहले

    We need more like this judge in every state.

  • A Roc
    A Roc 10 महीने पहले +1

    You’re a amazing man Sir. God bless you.

  • Daniel Vargas
    Daniel Vargas 7 महीने पहले +1

    We need more judges like that in our city

  • Curtis Marean
    Curtis Marean 7 महीने पहले

    This guy is my hero. Why can't we have more judges like this?

  • Chester Blitz Marwein
    Chester Blitz Marwein 2 साल पहले +25083

    Everybody's a Gangster until the judge play "jail or dare".

    • Vikash Negi
      Vikash Negi 8 महीने पहले +1


    • Sean Slaysean
      Sean Slaysean साल पहले +1

      @greenelephant1231 I’d say jail is less humane then riding a bike in a parade

    • Guiii06
      Guiii06 साल पहले +1


    • Chester Marwein 29
      Chester Marwein 29 साल पहले +1

      @cedric wade 💯

    • cedric wade
      cedric wade साल पहले +1

      @Chester Blitz Marwein realest acknowledgement on the page

  • Richard Porter
    Richard Porter 8 महीने पहले +2

    Dude funny as hell and he's justified I like the way he's handling things and eye for an eye..

  • Navi Gill
    Navi Gill 5 महीने पहले

    As much as I would want the judge to be in state, federal or even Supreme Court - he has a point.
    Repeat offenders are easiest to stop when its done at the municipal level

  • Leigh Hoppins
    Leigh Hoppins 10 महीने पहले +2

    This Video reminds me of a mother who made her daughter wear thrift store clothes to school to teach her about empathy and to care for people, because she was bullying someone in her class LOL this judge reminds me of her,
    Way to go sir wish every judge was like you,

  • Deborah Jeanne
    Deborah Jeanne 6 महीने पहले

    I LOVE THIS JUDGE! Brilliant! Absolutely brilliant! This is what we need. A judge giving lawbreakers a taste of their own medicine. A new spin on “an eye for an eye.” Here’s a man who sincerely cares about being a judge and isn’t looking to punish people as much as he’s trying to help them realize the consequences their actions had on others and to feel what they felt. I bet the girl who abused and abandoned her dog learned more from spending 8 hours sitting in a city dump with garbage and rats than she ever would have spending 90 days in jail. We need more judges like him.

  • w e ¡ r d c o r e
    w e ¡ r d c o r e 2 साल पहले +4750

    He’s basically being fair, and giving them another chance to change.

    • Sarah Moon-Sapp
      Sarah Moon-Sapp साल पहले

      @Roger Wright My issue was, it was only 8 hours??! Like WHAT? 😲🤯 Try maybe a full time work week, that might get the point across. It's easy to say, "Oh, it's just one day!" I'd be willing to bet on ANYTHING that she would be HATING her own stupid self by day 3-4 and I'd be loving it. "Oh, are you uncomfortable? GOOD, bitch, only half your week is over!" Yeah, I'm a little salty on this one, I suppose.

    • Sarah Moon-Sapp
      Sarah Moon-Sapp साल पहले

      That's exactly what he's doing, yet people are all astonished and wide-eyed... THIS IS HOW OT SHOULD BE, FOLKS. It shouldn't be the exception to the rule, it should BE the rule. And before I get some bozo mentioning rape or murder, etc, I'd like to remind y'all that this judge deals with almost exclusively misdemeanors and petty crimes.

    • ShinyUmbreon5420
      ShinyUmbreon5420 साल पहले +1

      And it’s teaching them a lesson instead of just throwing them in jail and hoping they change

    • 전영준
      전영준 साल पहले +1

      Everybody's a Gangster until the judge play "jail or dare".

    • Nick Ziggy
      Nick Ziggy साल पहले

      I mean there second chance is after the jail time

  • Maine Everyday
    Maine Everyday 9 महीने पहले +1

    Wish more judges were like this. Unfortunately, many are vindictive

  • Priscilla Hardy
    Priscilla Hardy 5 महीने पहले +21

    23:23 -Hermosa elección- 4.Fo/Hotlove
    10:10 Hopi: ″Sweeter″
    11:12 Sun: ″Hotter″
    00:18 Toonie: ″Cooler″
    18:00 Yoongy: ″Butter″
    23:23 /Son unos de los mejores conciertos ☬/

  • Cedes T
    Cedes T 7 महीने पहले +1

    Good man...continue to bless him and continue to enlightening him

  • Victor Pham
    Victor Pham 10 महीने पहले +10

    If I were to start my career over, I want to be a judge just like him.

  • Debbie Dingess
    Debbie Dingess साल पहले +3002

    This judge saved my daughter's life she was on heroin he put her in a treatment place and she has been sober five years he was a great judge

    • Callme100ms
      Callme100ms 10 महीने पहले

      @Troy Tafreshi Why won't you grow up, kid

    • Vexstar
      Vexstar 10 महीने पहले

      *he is

    • Raintree Development Group
      Raintree Development Group 11 महीने पहले

      @Troy Tafreshi your not fake

    • Carlos el tercero
      Carlos el tercero 11 महीने पहले

      @boboV240 plz send me food I haven’t eaten in four days plz help me

    • Robmoor
      Robmoor 11 महीने पहले

      this is fake btw look at his channel and he is not nearly old enough to have a kid

  • YoutubeChannel
    YoutubeChannel 9 महीने पहले

    What a wonderful man and a judge! Unfortunately, definitely a rarety

  • The Fat Actors Podcast
    The Fat Actors Podcast 7 महीने पहले +17

    For a town with the name of Painesville, I'm unimpressed by the lack of torture this judge is handing out.

  • Sally
    Sally 8 महीने पहले

    I think this judge is being effective without crossing a line. I definitely support the reasoning behind his efforts to turn people’s lives around rather than just feeding them into the system to churn out hardened criminals.
    It makes me very wary, however. I could see other judges taking this example and really inflicting more harm than good. There are a shocking number of publicized cases of judges being corrupt and remaining on the bench because they’re pretty much untouchable. That protected status is really what makes this precedent of making up punishments so dangerous. The judge in this video is doing good for the community, but there are many who use their power for other purposes.

  • Micheál Mac Diarmada
    Micheál Mac Diarmada 7 महीने पहले

    Wow !, I wish this Judge could be introduced to the Irish courts system. As a 60 year old UN veteran of the 80s and 90s in the Middle East, with no criminal record, I had an Irish district court Judge sentence me to six (6) months in prison for sending an offending text message. This Judge impresses me highly. I wish he could influence corrupt Irish Judges. Wow !

  • glowcherryy
    glowcherryy साल पहले +4173

    “Did you take your dumb pills today? 💊”
    This guy has amazing humor for a judge

    • Sarah Moon-Sapp
      Sarah Moon-Sapp साल पहले

      @John Jordan Yes, agreed kind sir!

    • Sarah Moon-Sapp
      Sarah Moon-Sapp साल पहले

      @Geniuz I do get what you mean because it's an informal platform, BUT the "wannabe smart people" aren't actually smart enough to use the proper grammar. So I can't fully agree here.

    • Sarah Moon-Sapp
      Sarah Moon-Sapp साल पहले

      @Aditya Kumar I'm gonna seem like a nitpicking jerk right now, but I have to say it... Technically, your sentence would read as such with proper grammar: "It's, 'You're dumb.' " ✌🏻 🙂 Spelling, English language, and grammar is my specialty. Peace, love, and hugs!
      Edit= typo. Go me 🤦🏻‍♀️🙄 Irony, eh?

    • Fuminggrain
      Fuminggrain साल पहले

      @Aditya Kumar shut up grammar nazi

    • glowcherryy
      glowcherryy साल पहले

      @LiLie Coffey oop

  • Clarrie
    Clarrie 9 महीने पहले

    This guy is a legend! ♥

  • Curtis Kemmerle
    Curtis Kemmerle 7 महीने पहले

    I wish we had more Judges like him here in California

  • Kameron Lutrick
    Kameron Lutrick 7 महीने पहले +1

    They need to do this for teens so that they don’t go straight into the system honestly

  • Lora *-*
    Lora *-* 8 महीने पहले +1

    When I was a teen, I hurt some people. Because of that, I went to the police station. Confirmed what happened. Then went to the tribunal, in the prosecutor’s office, to be exact. He asked me to write two letters of apology and told me that next time, should I continue, I would have big legal issues. I haven’t done it since.

  • Velentinex 69
    Velentinex 69 2 साल पहले +7153

    I want this judge to become my school's principal

    • Kimberly Sevastyanenko
      Kimberly Sevastyanenko साल पहले

      Yes! Discipline is lacking big time in schools. He would be perfect.

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    • Beepy
      Beepy साल पहले

      “You beat up a kid. Week of suspension, or the gladiator grounds-that consist of another 5 kids beating you up.”

    • 2W10
      2W10 साल पहले

      Student: *cheats on a test*
      Principal: you can either be suspended for the rest of the semester or sub for your Spanish teacher for the rest of the week

      SUZANNE ALSAYED साल पहले

  • emily turnbull
    emily turnbull 10 महीने पहले +1

    Brilliant idea. I always believed U need to snap them out of it young and quick. Imagine if more judges were creative like this how many lives that could be changed by embarrassment or what ever means.

  • Fire of Dawn
    Fire of Dawn 8 महीने पहले

    I love this judge, these are rehabilitating punishments, making them think and reevaluate while keeping people out of cramped and bad conditioned state and private jails

  • Blockman 10195
    Blockman 10195 10 महीने पहले

    When the 8th amendment was written (no “cruel or unusual” punishments) they neglected to consider something like this. Sure it fits under “unusual” but certainly not in a bad way.

  • Andrew Bray
    Andrew Bray 8 महीने पहले

    There should be more judges like him I applaud him 100%