DAILYKENN.com --A former judge was dragged out of court after being sentenced for giving her brother confidential records. The black woman's brother who had been employed by the juvenile court, was accused of striking a young offender while on duty. Prior to her brother being fired, the judge gave her brother confidential files about the offender.
After sentencing, people start yelling, Hunter can be seen limp in an officer's arms..taken to jail. pic.twitter.com/QQLz5n5PvC— Lauren Artino (@FOX19Lauren) July 22, 2019
Tracie Hunter now faces six months in prison and a year of community service.
The arrest and behavior of the judge raises questions as to the content of character of those serving the public in positions of authority.
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Courtroom Chaos: Shouting Erupts as Former Judge Dragged Out of Court After Being Sentenced to Jail (VIDEO)
by Cristina Laila
Cincinnati, Ohio – Former Juvenile Court Judge Tracie Hunter went limp and was dragged out of court by a bailiff after being sentenced to jail on Monday.
Chaos erupted in the courtroom and Hunter’s supporters began shouting as the former judge was forcibly taken out of the building.
Hunter was sentenced to 6 months in prison and one year of community service after she used her position as a judge to give her brother, who was also an employee of the juvenile court and about to be fired for allegedly striking a young offender, confidential records.
Tracie Hunter was actually convicted and found guilty in 2014 and was supposed to be sentenced in 2016, but several appeals have delayed her sentencing.
When Judge Dinkelacker announced on Monday that Hunter should be taken into custody, all hell broke loose.
One of Tracie Hunter’s supporters rushed to the defense table and was stopped and arrested.
Hunter’s supporter, who was wearing a black t-shirt that read “Justice for Judge Tracie M. Hunter,” was cuffed and removed from the court.
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