One entitled woman learned a harsh lesson that hopefully, she won’t soon forget. This woman thought it would be a good idea to laugh in one judge’s courtroom during sentencing. However, that smug smile was soon wiped off her face, and it was all caught on tape on her final day in court as she was facing punishment for driving under the influence.
Amanda Kosal was in her final court appearance for driving head-on into an SUV while intoxicated. Kosal actions claimed the life of 31-year-old Jerome Zirker and severely injured his fiance Brittany Johnson.
While Kosal was being sentenced to 3-15 years behind bars Judge Qiana Lillard noticed something disturbing. Two people who were related to Kosal were caught laughing and smiling during the sentencing.
At first, Judge Lillard was furious and asked for one of these punks to leave.
“It’s time for him to go. And I don’t know who he is, but whoever can sit here at a tragic moment like this and laugh and smile when somebody has lost a family member … in the entire time that Mr. Zirker’s sister was speaking that clown, and that’s what I am going to call him, a clown, was sitting there smiling and laughing,” she said.
However, that was not the end of it at all. Lillard then called out the smug woman who had joined in on this disrespect.
“And you can go, too. Because if you don’t know how to act, you can go to jail. So leave. Anybody that can sit there and laugh and smirk — take her, she’s going in the back — anybody else wanna go? You can go, too. This is a court of law,” she said.
Watch the entire exchange:
Instead of this woman apologizing for her actions she only grew more defiant. That was the final straw for Lillard and she sentenced this entitled brat to 93 days behind bars.
“Your disruptive and disrespectful behavior disrupted today’s proceedings and you, ma’am, are going to the Wayne County Jail for 93 days,” she said.
Many people have praised this judge for her actions and I agree with them all. In today’s world, there is such a tremendous lack of respect for authority. The current generation does not believe they need to be held accountable for their actions, but the real world says something different.
I am grateful for Judge Lillard and her decision to sentence this woman for her behavior. Maybe next time she will think twice about being so disrespectful.