Meet the Judge Who Went Viral For His Creative Punishments




Painesville, Ohio, Judge Michael Cicconetti say he believes in making the punishment fit the crime.

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Meet the Judge Who Went Viral For His Creative Punishments

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  1. I just want to say: I was in the system. Did hard time. During my stay, on behalf of Uncle Sam, I saw tons of rehabilitation programs. One in particular was the "Discovery Program". They fail 33% of inmates annually. They also claim to have the lowest recidivism rates, period. The dirty secret? The people who failed out of the program, were the ones staying OUT of prison upon release. I would testify before Congress, putting my freedom in jeopardy if need be. But I am 100% certain that I saw almost ALL of the supposed graduates in the "bricks" , 3 times in a few cases, shortly after graduating the program. These bearucrats have every incentive to keep failing, sometimes harmful (numbers dont lie), programs like Discovery going. Why? The prison gets almost $7,000 extra per an inmate. And EVERY program I saw, was run by a spouse or family member of Warden's/CO's. In short- they fudge numbers to get money. With that said- a 10% recidivism rate seems fabricated… But who am I to judge???

  2. You could have made this episode 4 X's longer with even more examples of punishments from this judge, and I would have watched it. I love seeing people succeed, even after their failures.

  3. This my friends is what focusing on Rehabilitation can do. Where we as people are given the opportunity to learn from our mistakes. For minor offenses, jail time will only make you hard.

  4. 5:25 For the black boy i know a better sentence…drop him in a sewer canal underground and make him shovel human shit into 29 large metal containers(each holding 37 gallons of human excrement) for 9 hours! And no mouth or face protection…that will teach the boy! Bon apetite!

  5. it's risky. we had a judge here make a person stand with a sign at a busy public intersection as punishment. someone from a passing car threw a bottle at him, hitting him in the head. he was hurt badly. the city had to pay for his medical expenses and pay out a large settlement.

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