Happily Married and Over Sharing

Happily Married and Over Sharing


(funky upbeat music) Kimberly Alavera. Good morning. Is this your lawyer? My husband.
Oh, your husband? Okay, why don’t you guys get two seperate mics, okay, I know you’re a very close family, you wanna stay close together, right. Alright, now I’m gonna take a guess, you were driving the vehicle? She was. Inspector Quinn, I started off wrong. You allow her to use the vehicle occasionally? Sometimes.
Yeah? When she’s good. And I’m always good.
Pretty fancy SUV. Let’s see, you’re charged with parking in a prohibited area on Fifth Street? Yes, my grandmother–
I mean, I know why you’re here incidentally. I don’t know why either.
I know why you’re here, you’re here to pay.
Just to protect. Yeah, to pay, yeah.
To pay, yeah, that’s why you’re here. Who’s gonna pay, you or him? He is.
He is? She does the crime and I pay for it. That’s why she’s completely relaxed, she don’t care.
That was the arrangement. Right? That’s the benefits of being married. How many children do you have? We have two now.
Yeah, well you’re charged with parking in a prohibited area. Yes.
On Fifth Street, that’s up near Miriam Hospital. What do you wanna tell me about it? Well, it was a very busy day that day. I was actually following my mother, because I didn’t know how to get to the hospital. Oh, now you’re throwing your mother under the bus. I know, I have to, because it’s part of, I don’t understand why I got the ticket, Alright.
nobody else did. Alright. But my grandmother had been admitted the night before, so I was going to help my mother out. So I followed her into two parking lots, there was no place to park, valet was out in the street, so we parked on this street I followed her to. We parked there, there was a delivery truck in front of us, we went in, she asked the valet if it was okay to be parked there, he said it was okay as long as it was less than two hours. So I made sure it was less than two hours, but when I came out, I had a ticket, her car was still there, she did not have a ticket. Well, I have a photograph of the area and a photograph of your car and it is a delivery truck in front of you. Yeah, I think it was only within 10 minutes I got that ticket, according to the stamp that was on it, the time stamp. And next to the delivery truck is a pole with signs on it, which are not visible in the photograph. So what do you think, Inspector Quinn? Your Honor, the signs on the pole say no parking any time. Deliveries between eight and four. Does it really? Your Honor, there’s no way I could have read that sign. The photo the city provided, your Honor, does not allow me the ability to read the times on the sign. Yeah, okay. Okay, so you followed your mother to the hospital, because your grandmother was in the hospital, right? You asked the valet, where can I park? He says, park over there. You said to him, are you sure? He says sure I’m sure, he don’t care. Right.
He don’t care, he thinks I’m gonna get rid of her, right? I got other stuff to do, park anywhere you want. And then you drag your husband into court. Yeah, he wanted to come. You guys get along pretty good, are you recently married? No, 37 years.
How many? 37. 37 years? I feel your pain, same thing. Hey, it’s been good so far. I’m gonna ask you a question. Okay. This is a family joke and I will explain it after I finish, okay. How many years have you been happily married? You don’t have to answer. 30.
You don’t have to answer. Well, it’s like up and down. It’s up and down, it’s like this? Peaks and valleys? Yeah.
Okay, that’s life, life is peaks and valleys. But my wife and I have been married 50 years and every time we meet people,
God bless you. I’ll introduce people and I’ll say, introduce them, they’ll say, oh, how long you been married? I say we’ve been happily married for five years and they say, oh, is this your second or third wife? No, no, no, no, no. Inspector Quinn, who is the prosecuting officer said he can’t read the sign, so if he can’t read the sign, the city can’t prove its case, if the city can’t prove its case, the matter’s gonna be dismissed. You just saved 30 bucks. Thank you, I appreciate it.
Take her to breakfast. Now go for the $100 breakfast. Thank you.
Thank you. Alright.
Have a good day. Bernadette Ortese. Okay, Bernadette, you’re charged with loud music coming from your home at 3:30 in the morning. Was you having a party? I was having a get together. What was the occasion? Just celebrating. Bunch of friends? Just a little get together, people were– How many people were in the house? 12 or so. Well, you have two choices, you can plead guilty today and I’ll impose a fine, or you can come back and have a trial. Is there anything you wanna tell me about it? It was just a simple, we was drinking, I got drunk, I blacked out, don’t remember much of it. You blacked out?
Yeah, I don’t remember the cops coming and stuff. But did you–
I was really drunk. Did you speak to the police when they came? If I did, I don’t remember. Oh, you don’t remember what you said? ‘Cause there’s a police report on this and I’m not gonna read the police report, okay. I’m sure you probably said, listen, sir, I’m sorry, you know, we’re just having some friends getting together and I realize, officer, you have a tough job and please show us some mercy, I think that’s what you said to the police officer, right? I hope so.
Something like that. What do you think, Inspector Quinn, is that what she said? I’ve yet to read that report, it sounds like– We’re not reading the report, we’re not gonna do that to her. The operation of that report, I’ve yet to read that. She comes across, she’s very honest, she’s had too much to drink, I have some friends, the cops came, maybe I said some stuff that was inappropriate, but that’s not really me. Right. Is that what you wanted to say? Perfect as on point.
Alright. Now what are you really thinking? I was wondering what I really said. Well, there’s a $500 fine here, so how do you plead, guilty or not guilty? I would say guilty with an explanation, which I just gave, so.
Yeah. I don’t know, Inspector Quinn, I think we have to fine her, but I just dropped one of the zeros, so it’s gonna cost you $50. Thank you. I just thought you dropped the zero after the decimal point. Now there were 13 people at the party, right? Yeah.
Alright. We was all just having fun.
Alright. It got out of hand, I guess, ’cause after a few drinks.
I think you better call them up and tell them. I’m gonna start charging $25 a head or something. It’s a $50 fine, right, so call ’em up and tell ’em to go $4 each, they all have to participate in the fine, right. Yes.
Okay, good luck to you. Thank you. When you come to court, you are required to tell the truth, the whole truth and nothing but the truth, but nowhere do we ask that you overshare. I was eight months’ pregnant and I had to pee. Yeah, I was over my girlfriend’s house. Can I just add my, some surgery, my fingers amputated. While we appreciate Miss Ortese’s honesty, when she admitted that she got blackout drunk, she could have simply said that she was over served, a phrase that I’m occasionally required to employ. Hey, it happens. Happy birthday, Bernadette and next year, might I recommend water, wine, water, wine and you’ll be fine. Pro tip, no charge. 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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