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(funky music) Ma’am. Go to the microphone. Good morning. Good morning. What’s the baby’s name? Elijah. Elijah? Just turned two. Did Elijah have breakfast this morning? Yep. Oh. Maybe he didn’t like it? No, no.
(audience laughs) He would eat again, too. No, you can’t touch that. I think he’s complaining. Let Elijah do whatever he wants, okay? (baby babbles) (laughs) You’re talking in the microphone. (sighs) Okay, this is the matter of Viola Good, right? Yes. So, Viola is here with Elijah, who’s making his TV appearance today. (laughs) What do you wanna tell me about the speeding charge on Olney Street, outside Hope High School? I didn’t even notice it was a school zone. I was coming from getting something to eat on Thayer Street. Yeah, just let Elijah do whatever he wants, don’t worry about it. So, I just, I didn’t even notice it was a 20 school zone. (sighs) Well, you were doing 33 in a 20. Okay, you wanna stay there all day with Elijah you’ll need nice and quiet. (laughs) No, I know, I know. By the microphone. I need one of these at home. Yeah. Viola, we’re gonna charge you $50. Okay.
Great. (baby shouts) (laughs) That will wrap it up. You know, how old is Elijah? He just turned two Wednesday. Yeah, well. Do you blame him? If you were two years old you wanna sit here with all these adults? I know. You have to look at Inspector Quinn, right? Yeah. I just didn’t wanna be late so I’m like, “I’ll just bring him with me “instead of bringing him to daycare first”. (laughs) Elijah getting to go to the judge with a robe who looks mean at him, right? Can you say “hi”? Hi. See, that’s all he wants is he wants a little tender care, that’s all. (laughs) I know. All right, we’re dismissing the balance, the $65 balance that you had on the red light so it’s gonna cost you a total of 50. Okay. All right? So instead of 115 it’s 50, can you pay that? I can’t pay it today but– Speak into the mic. I can’t pay it today but can I wait, like a week or so, to pay it? Are you working? I’m not working. I’m in school at CCRI. Yeah? How many children do you have? I have one and one on the way. You have another baby coming? I do. Oh, are you having a boy or a girl? I’m not sure. I might find out today, I have a doctors’ appointment. Oh. I’m going to, as I indicated previously, I’m going to waive the $65 balance that you have and fine you $50 under the new speeding charge, okay? Just let him play with that. (laughs) All right, just bear with me for one minute, okay? I understand your circumstances, I know you don’t have any money. I know you have a little baby, as incorrigible as he is, and I know that you’re gonna have another baby so I know you don’t have any money. There are people from all over the country, all over the world, who occasionally send in checks made payable to the court, to help someone in need. I have a check from Indica, New York, from John and Amalia Tsusenzi and they sent $50 and they talked about their parents leaving from a foreign country, coming here with no money, and they wanna help somebody that’s in need. So, I’m gonna use this to pay your fine. Oh, yay! Okay? Good luck. Thank you! I wish I could tell them thank you, too. Okay. Viola, you’re free to go. Thank you! As fast as possible. (audience laughs) (audience claps) Come on, how cool was that? If you’d like to see more cases like this one tune in to Caught in Providence every weekday. Excuse me? You didn’t know Caught in Providence was also a TV show? Oh wow, your life just got substantially better! To find out what channel we’re on go to caughtinprovidence.com, click on your local listings, scroll down until you find your home town, then start doing your happy dance. That’s it. Move it, move it. Nice. 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!

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