Woman abandoned and neglected dog. Judge’s punishment for her earns 29M views
Animal abuse is hard to stomach, but it happens all around the world. Cruelty and neglect are not uncommon, despite how people treat animals differently in different places. Many who intentionally abuse animals are men under 30.
Animal hoarding creates victims among both humans and animals. So what do you think is the appropriate solution for a woman who is under 30 but also neglected her dog, leaving him severely malnourished? Enter Judge Michael Cicconetti, who believes in one solution for everyone – don’t commit the crime, imprison the criminal.
Judge “Chick” is seeing 40 cases a day, but there’s something about his sentencing that makes him special. “When you talk about State prisons and Federal prisons, their problems started way back here, in municipal court, with minor offenses,” he says. “We have to stop them from going further, at the beginning stages.” The judge comes up with innovative punishments so that criminals don’t forget the crime they committed.
Animal Control found the dog in a house full of clutter and Morrow insists she left him in there for only one week. That being said, Judge Moss decided to let Morrow have a little taste of what Moose underwent. After describing just how Moose must have felt, the judge decided to let Morrow have a little taste of what Moose underwent. In order to complete her 10 year probation sentence for animal neglect, she was sentenced to weekly calls with a therapist that specializes in animal behavioral issues.
When she showed up, though—judging by her dress and shoes—she wasn’t taking the punishment very seriously. But for the next 8 hours, she picked up filth, experiencing for one day what Moose had undergone for a week.
The good news is that Moose is doing great and is now up for adoption. We can only hope that Morrow has learned her lesson.
After you watch this video, what do YOU think? Did Judge Chick overstep his bounds? Or did the punishment fit the crime?
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