Man who repeatedly put sleeping pills in wife's coffee sentenced to just 60 weekend days in jail



This sentence is so low it’s absurd.


The judge’s name must be made public. He must be held accountable for his decision by the citizens of whatever district he is a judge for.


No fair showing the pic right away! Last time this was posted on BB we had to speculate as this gentleman’s skin color (with that sentence? are you kidding?)

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Judge Antonio Viviano

Retired judge. Case was transferred to him.


While you’re looking for the judge’s name to add to the post you might want to edit the title. "Gentleman’ doesn’t seem a good fit. If he is out on his own recognizance during the week presumably he has to wear a sign around his neck warning people about his lack of moral judgement.

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It does if you’re in on the joke. Around these parts, a “gentleman” is never a gentleman.

It’s not that he has a messiah complex or anything. It’s just the talking interferes with his ability to hear the sad trombone.

Right? So much for his plans to moonlight as a Starbucks barista on weekends.


Looks like the judge is a rehab sucker. He starts ranting about it with 13:20 left or so in the video.

He was worried that the defendant would re-enter society as a “hardened criminal” if he got time.

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< sarcasm > Don’t worry, he only poisoned a woman, no one important. It’s not like he attacked another man! </ sarcasm >



Article here on how the prosecuter was concerned about the judge being too lenient prior to the trial:

“This defendant deserves nothing less than a prison cell for his actions and that is what we will be stressing to Judge Viviano Thursday morning or we will be appealing the sentence, plain and simple,” Smith said in the release.

There’s an anti-ad blocker thing in place, but if you have an article reading mode, you can select the text and do a +1 Caesarean shift. Yes, really.



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Ok, that’s just taking toxic masculinity to an absurd degree.


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< sarcasm > Hasn’t the poor man suffered enough? No point in ruining his life over one small mistake right? He comes from a good family right? </ sarcasm >



Elements of Attempted Murder

"In most jurisdictions, attempted murder charges consist of two elements:

  • The offender took some action towards killing another person
  • The offender’s act was intended to kill a person"

How can this be anything other than Attempted Murder?


Did you not see? The man is so white, he even has blond hair! Ergo…


… Innocent! Amirite?


Apparently, he also peed in her shampoo. Total [monster].

There are a lot of very bad judges out there. My first instinct was that this one was probably corrupt, but after watching his thought processes in those videos, I think that he views himself as some sort of savior in the rehabilitation world. He seemed to view it as a personal failure if he did not prioritize rehabilitation over the other 3 pillars of his job: Protect society, punish the offender, and create a deterrent for future would-be offenders. He’s a judge with a personal mission.

I think that it is obvious that this guy will represent an ongoing threat to the victim- even more so now that she testified against him.


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