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Well listen I just want to teenage girls under arrest accused using sleeping pill laced milk shakes to knock out one girl's parents.
Wasn't it just say -- played in using Internet.
Criminals or just plain stupid -- perhaps both we're back with -- world famous legal panel authority.
Yeah from their Christmas holidays my kids are home from college and that's why they were trying to get -- drinks milk shakes -- -- No two people belong in prison on this morning and it's apparent what sort of household you raised -- kids actually think they can do this to the parents I mean it's not going to be -- social services needs to go there right now.
Why did they turn their own kids into they get it on New Year's -- I mean these parents -- -- and I hope that elicited out there watching him.
I had my reactions this what I have to do exactly the blender often.
You can also -- visceral also but I gotta say this is just a prank this you know these parents -- to -- Definitively stuck on stupid do you put -- Cook your own kids in the criminal justice system they went to the Fleetcenter gets as and make it the -- of pulleys that now a lot these kids up an eighty.
-- -- -- -- -- -- -- I don't upright kids commit price parents what is wrong with you all -- -- to see what people Greta why would say about -- -- even go to Greta wire and tell us that they they -- -- -- I would open -- all the time I have Michael Cardoza.
-- -- -- -- -- how -- I gotta tell you.
I have my kids are good I've got one of them here with me right now and keeping her away from the sleepy and -- But I gotta tell you guys I'm really on the other side of this.
Kudos for these parents yet kudos to these parents.
They put her in a juvenile court now you know we say -- our kids wouldn't do that come -- you never know what your children are going to do.
Did they do something stupid as -- said felony stupid.
But darn it.
Put him in that juvenile court teach him a lesson corporal punishment is now against the law when you guys tonight were raised by our parents and tell you what.
I'd be more afraid of what my parents would do to me than what the juvenile court would do to me.
Put him in juvenile court.
Yeah I -- psychological help they need what and one of the program.
And could only work and -- -- -- -- -- -- might go ahead and keep -- keep in mind what they're charged with.
They're charged with taking drugs.
And putting data in foodstuff putting it into an argument and I -- it actually -- commit a criminal offense you don't have a -- intend to do you put -- -- food for people.
That's against a lot here I don't know what it's like Medicare what what you.
And acknowledge what -- actually have access to pills like this what do they get well I you know -- -- just not doing the job.
Well you know I mean can't get your kids get into your bathroom in your cabinet and maybe get to some sleeping -- you might have kids -- to do that.
It was an exceedingly stupid thing that they did.
-- -- -- -- -- -- not -- how -- me head to head they could have died remiss if they didn't even mentally -- little things -- happen when kids -- that would.
Hey Michael when I was very well a lot of contact can put in my teacher's chair should get him back from the -- -- attacked I don't why I.
Adding I am I had no answer to that -- I'm not I'm -- the mind to another quote interesting case five Idaho inmates are suing liquor and beer companies for eight billion dollars to their claim.
That alcohol led them to commit their crimes and they claim they should have been warned that alcoholic drinks are addictive.
Now he can't make this one -- a lot about this and Bernie.
-- you know I was a public defender my job and it was a noble one and -- represented anyone under any circumstances.
People -- don't have lawyers they're broke.
I can't do this with these guys I simply can't do I mean.
Didn't -- -- -- give me you know you weren't there and give me -- self defense all this stuff but you know that no liquor made me do what I mean gosh almighty.
Within innovation -- that they did on the represent themselves but some a good sign that haven't.
Maybe there -- -- mean there's no lawyer hadn't Anheuser-Busch you shaken and boots right now but it could this is so good about our -- professors there are professionally as lawyers had no -- -- you would have taken a case like this where they're gonna try to get one billion.
They might of -- the Judas thing and say that the -- what made him do it off.
One billion dollar -- court.
-- that is an accident Saturday the billion and I did the insanity is filing suit blaming the alcohol.
For committing their economists say you know forget between the Billy his -- one aspect of it but the whole idea that they can be a that they one of the cases -- guys to and twenty years for shooting somebody -- again.
This -- is then manslaughter my don't.
That -- -- -- board in prison and Idaho.
What they basically go on file this lawsuit c'mon man this shouldn't be an accord and and I think you two guys will agree with me.
-- do against a summary judgment that's a hearing long before they really get -- to the courtroom a judge will listen to this or read about it in a summary judgment a judge is gonna toss this out this case isn't gonna make it very far.
-- -- I don't think they don't make as far as a summary judgment which is a little bit down the road I think gonna get thrown up for the judge but just looking at the face of it I CNN that they probably right will -- -- drive V6 and a federal court to throw it numbers -- and I'm trying to remember sitting granted to.
You know the law protests aren't perfect speed -- it since kidnap Leo that we we'd.
He would joke wasn't but defendants.
And they and they oftentimes can -- -- -- -- -- and then the courts do have to deal with yeah.
Meeting criminal cases I know people that are doing multiple life sentences.
We'll file pleadings with court -- that's all they do with they'd have -- It got me several men have met and in some of these cookies lawyers and -- and so terrible and you get these jailhouse lawyers are very schooled in the lines sometimes they're the right.
Right but it's guys like this -- -- the docket and cost -- time and money we're going to play I think.
You know -- you were right when you said thank god no lawyer filed this I think that speaks volumes.
Four -- attorneys they weren't stupid enough to file this ridiculous case.
-- go quick question about California -- -- -- your budget problems what's the story every human trials up there you guys in the big -- I've got to tell you were in big trouble out here I just learned from my staff today my civil staff.
That they were closing the clerk's office at 3 o'clock in Contra Costa count me out here and now they're close -- at 1 o'clock.
So the budget cuts are running very deeply they're taking some of our courts.
With other courts or -- in a -- into one building and so I it's troublesome and it's so difficult to get a trial -- nowadays they're getting them out.
But this this fiscal problem is running deep.
Tennis especially tennis military you've been arrested for a crime when you're innocent you're held in jail and California can't afford to give your tried to get me catalog anyway that's another until we should try to -- a law -- on that one.
Anyway -- common.
Always nice to see you -- Communists and Ernie thanks.