Former Juvenile Court Judge Tracie Hunter Was Dragged From Courtroom To Sentence For Using Her Position To Help Her Brother
Former Hamilton County Juvenile Judge, Tracie Hunter Dragged Out Of Courtroom To Sentence
- Former Hamilton County Juvenile Court Judge, Tracie Hunter was sentenced to six months in prison for using her position to help her brother to keep his job.
- Hunter was seen paralyzed after she was given the verdict on Monday, 22nd July.
- Hunter was dragged out of the court by an officer; when most of her supporters erupted against the decision.
- She was elected as the judge in 2010 and served the court for around four years before she was suspended in January 2014 in the wake of the alleged unlawful use of her power.
A bizarre and hilarious moment occurred in an Ohio courtroom while a former Hamilton County Juvenile Court Judge, Tracie Hunter was sentenced to six months in prison.
Hunter was sentenced on Monday, 22nd July for using her position to help her brother. When the judge announced his verdict, Hunter's supporters in the court erupted in anger after which Hunter was physically dragged out of the room.
Hunter, who was appointed in 2010, was convicted of illegally passing her youth corrections officer brother confidential documents to keep his job in 2013. After she was accused of illegally interfering with a contract, she was suspended from her service in January 2014.
On Monday, she was seen in a complete shock after the court judge announced her sentence. Seemingly paralyzed, Hunter was dragged out of the courtroom by an officer with her legs locked straight.
Talking to NBC affiliate WLWT on Sunday, Hunter told,
I violated no laws, I did not secure a public contract, I did not secure employment for my brother who worked for the court for about seven years before I was elected judge. They need to drop these unrighteous and I believe unlawful charges against me.
Meanwhile, one of Hunter's supporters in the courtroom after she tried to block officers from handcuffing Hunter.