Court Cam: Ex-Judge Tracie Hunter Guilty Verdict (Season 2) | A&E

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When Tracie Hunter is found guilty in court, her supporters are distraught and she faints as she leaves the courtroom in this clip from Season 2, Episode 4, “Court Cam – 204.” #CourtCam
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50 thoughts on “Court Cam: Ex-Judge Tracie Hunter Guilty Verdict (Season 2) | A&E

  1. I hope this same type of sentencing is continually enforced on law enforcement who take black and brown lives unjustly. ALL people must be held accountable for their actions. The law is not only reserved for enforcement against people of color. I know some will give me slack on this but at this point, who cares! People have something to say about everything so I have something to say about this.

  2. Honestly, she was only trying to help her brother keep a Job. I understand what she did was wrong, but I feel like losing your career forever plus jail time for someone with a clean record is kinda harsh. I know as a Judge she betrayed the publics trust in ways. We are all human in the end, we all make mistakes and I hope that she’s able to learn and recover from this

  3. I don't care if she's a former judge or has a positive impact in the community. She committed a crime, and like every other criminal, she needs to do the time. I wonder how many times she put people in jail despite their begging her not to? She knows how the game goes.

  4. Look at all of the chaos and unrest she caused within her community and the local courts with her big campaign to somehow avoid responsibility for her own behavior. She was a corrupt Judge who got caught. She got what she deserved and her response is to pretend to faint so they have to carry her out of the court room. Her supporters are still claiming it was politically/racially motivated even now. Pathetic.

  5. She was to sever 6 months, 6 yests before this? You gotta be kidding me. As a Judge I'm sure she wouldn't have aloud it, so why the heck should she get special treatment? Absolutely ridiculous! 6 years preventing the inevitable, then throwing a fit when that day comes 🤦🏿‍♀️

  6. Seems to me this is not just….. anyway when we see one judge juging another one…. bad evolution anyway… of course people are going to be more and more thinking that there is somethins weird. In france we have a saying in law: the judges and the system seems to keep the first opinion whatsoever. And this is also true in the us. In some place judges are intimidated. By the mob etc. In this case what exactly is going on?? Would it just be a matter of pride? Woww gonna modifie my comment right away, as everybody is saying she is a lot guilty. Well I explain myself: In france, where we see everyday deug smugglers who don t even go to jail, well, see a judge being sent to jail .. how to understand that. That is for my explanation. As for the stumble… well I don t know. But curiously in france there is hardly any stumble. So may be justice in france is more laxist, but maybe in the us justice is more like a tough film itself. In france people digging piles of money to fiscal paradise don t even go to jail. Former presidents etc. So her? I dunno. This seems huge to be. As about the stumble, just imagine the guilt, but it is not surprising she will not go to jail like just ok I very happy. She didn t believe she deserved the sentence. The judge didn t rejudge. He just said ok for what was said. 6 years delay for that?

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