Caught on Tape: Maryland Prosecutor MARILYN MOSBY Stood In Front of JUDGE JUDY

If I’ve said it once, I’ve said it a thousand times: Judge Judy cannot be toyed with. That old battle axe has sense and senses incomparable and evident of no aging any time soon.

Receipts please.

Love her or hate her, one thing we can all agree on is you can’t pull okie doke with Judge Judy. She alone, is a case in study. Before stepping to her, you must have all your ducks in a row, I’s and T’s crossed and U’s looped.

It’s no wonder that Maryland prosecutor Marilyn Mosby, 35, was successful in prosecuting multiple police officers [involved in the Freddie Gray tragedy].baltimore-police-death

 

Just leave it up to the Internecks and states evidence will be turned in on you.

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Footage recently surfaced of Mosby then (Marilyn James) a 20 year-old Boston College Law student suing business owner Ryan Johnson for damages totally $1700 something odd dollars for sort of—squatting in her apartment while she was away for a few months (despite having paid her rent in advance of her absence).

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Judge Judy was quite impressed and (considering the circumstances in which Johnson violated Marilyn, wished Marilyn would have been suing for more- “I would have awarded it” said Judge Judith Sheindlin.

Watch how this whole thing unfolds:

Rewind.

Just last month, Mosby’s office charged six police officers for the death of Maryland resident Freddie Gray who, April 12, was arrested and died a week later after it was later found he was mishandled while in the custody, in back of the moving van, shackled and handcuffed.

The officer’s charges range from assault to second degree “depraved heart” murder.

All are scheduled to be arraigned on July 2.

Despite defense lawyers’ written request to have Mosby removed from the case, no word yet on the efforts of such thing being granted.

As well however, the officers requested that the trial be moved [from the state by which the incident] took place-given the media coverage, and protests that ensued.