(upbeat music) Tahani Amuneah. Tahani you have six unpaid parking tickets. And most of them let’s see are they’re all in the afternoon. They’re all at parking meters. I have a ticket for a year. I understand but there’s a parking meter in front of your house. Yeah. ‘Cause there is no special parking so it’s hard to find a parking. So you don’t have a parking space? No there is no parking unless like– Where do you park at night? She has the permit judge. Yeah She has the overnight parking permit. At night I park the same parking I got the tickets.
Oh okay. It’s during the daytime hours with the meters. Are you a student? Yes. Where? Johnson and Wales, the other tickets that I got. Where were you studying, what are you studying? Network engineering. Networking, oh. You didn’t come to court to network did you? No. Okay, first of all I’m gonna waive the penalties, okay. And then what I’m going to do with the other tickets is the original tickets were $150 with penalty’s it’s $350. So I’m gonna charge you half of the original tickets which is $75. I’m reluctant to even do that. You’re a student you know you’re living there you have an overnight parking pass. So I’m trying to do what I think is just inequitable taking into consideration the position of the city. So I’m gonna fine you $75. Okay okay. And I hope you can get the situation resolved. Thank you so much. Do you like living up there? Eh, so-so. See you’re supposed to say Judge I love living in the city. The city is wonderful. You know, they have great restaurants, they have great quality of life and most important judge, they have a great judicial system. And the judge is just wonderful. No but I got in bad situation. First time they broke my window because I live in lot of bars. And the second time they make lot of, with the pencil stuff on my car so that’s why I have to park in front of my house even though I know I’m gonna get tickets. They broke into your car? Yeah, my window they broke my window. They didn’t steal anything but I know they might be drunk and said oh I’m gonna put doof. You know you have a very good attitude for somebody that’s trying to study here. I’m gonna reconsider but I. Based on the fact that you had your window broken, it cost you money for that. Alright you’ve done everything you were supposed to do I’m gonna give you a break on this it’s gonna cost you nothing okay, see if you can solve the problem. Thank you so much. Alright good luck to you. Thank you so much. Some scientists figured out that it takes 37 muscles to frown, and only 22 to smile, so why not smile? Tahani used all 22 of her smile muscles brilliantly. She’s living proof that a positive attitude leads to positive outcomes. Whereas a bad attitude is like a flat tire if you don’t change it, you won’t go anywhere. See, I’m working out. 22 muscles at a time. (upbeat music) Daisy? Good morning. Good morning this is Ms. Delarosa, she has one parking ticket on Spruce street an expired meter. The one on Spruce street she just got off to buy some food for the little chickens. Buy food for what? For her chickens. Where does she buy chicken feed? The poultry. Oh on the plaza. Yes, yes. (speaks in foreign language) I leave mine up to Frank Perdue. Then the guy was, she waited like a long time then when she went to the car she already have the $25 ticket there. But does she raise chickens? (speaks in foreign language) (speaks in foreign language) Yes she bought three of them like for her grandkids. Are these chicks or are they chickens in the backyard, or are these little chicks? Little chicks yeah. Oh little chicks. In the backyard. Oh you didn’t tell me that. Yeah for the grandkids. So she buy food and feed them. They’re not fighting chickens? Wait a minute Inspector Quinn. Yeah the little chicks are like two weeks old. Oh, where’d she get these chicks? In the place, in the poultry place I think. Oh so she bought the chicks there too? Yeah. No they don’t sell, she didn’t and now she’s buying the. (laughs) Yes. Judge I’ve been with you a long time I don’t know where we’re going with this one but. It is Friday. How old are her grandchildren? (speaks in foreign language) (speaks in foreign language) Nine, seven, and three. Alright. I thought she was gonna say 27, 35. No.
No? No. I don’t know. I’m gonna give her a break. (speaks in foreign language) We’re gonna make the little chicks happy because if I find you. (speaks in foreign language) The little chick didn’t have any food. So she went to buy some. They were chirping I know. She felt bad for them. I know. If I find that she won’t buy the chicken food for the little chicks, the little chicks will die I’ll be responsible, I’ll feel guilty. The little kids won’t have chicks to play with. It’s just gonna be a mess. (speaks in foreign language) They’ll be chicken nuggets. (speaks in foreign language) She’s not gonna go back to that place to buy the food, she’s gonna go someplace else. No wait I want to know something here right, she’s not gonna kill these chickens and then feed them to the kids right? (speaks in foreign language) (speaks in foreign language) When yeah, when they grow up. Oh no she ruined the whole thing. (laughing) She’s gonna kill these chickens. Chicken nuggets judge. (speaks in foreign language) In the cold weather, Christmas yeah. So when it gets cold she’s gonna kill the chickens.
For winter yeah. (laughing) Inspector Quinn I’m now faced the decision either we’re gonna starve the chickens to death or she’s gonna slaughter them I don’t know what’s worse. Well, francese or cacciatore that’s our last decision to make. I wish she would have said she was gonna, the chickens, I wish you would have said these are small chicks that don’t grow. Alright I wish you reconsider and not kill them but anyway I’m gonna dismiss the case so alright the kids can enjoy it. This is the chicken feed defense, first one here in the court. Thank you. Have a good day. All rise, and hit subscribe so you don’t miss the latest viral moments like this one. Share these videos and weigh in on the cases. You be the judge subscribe now.