Miami-Dade Circuit Judge David Young was conducting a routine criminal court motion calendar recently when he had a moment that would have made for great tabloid TV.
Young told a weathered, wrinkled woman, who looked to be in her 50s, that she had successfully completed her pre-trial intervention program. Suddenly she began to weep. Out of the blue, she told the judge she had a bad heart and indicated that she had a scar on her chest.
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