“It was a horrible thing.
You could feel it.
I’m a big man.
I couldn’t breathe, I couldn´t move, I felt it in my bones.
I had to learn how to deal with my emotions. “
I’m a fighter, so I don’t want to be judged for the next six months, and that was my biggest challenge at the time.
I had to learn how to deal with my emotions.
I made an error, I am sorry.’ “
I don’t know what would have happened if I had stayed quiet and just said ‘Sorry, I made a mistake.
I was just so scared, I’m not sure what I would have done. “
But the next thing you know, I was sitting there in court, my face was red, my hands were shaking, my back was buckling and my heart was racing.
I didn’t deserve it.” “
It’s just been a horrible, horrible experience, but I know that’s what I have to live with every day.
I didn’t deserve it.”
‘I have to put my life on hold’: Judge Deregulation activist in court for sentencing article ‘The judge’s’ not happy with the way he’s been treated by the courts’ ‘The Judges’ host Paul Dacre, who has been a judge for 16 years, has been sentenced to three years and four months in prison for misconduct and contempt of court for a series of tweets.
‘He made a huge error,’ Dacre said.
He did not deserve it. “
He has a right to get out of jail, because the only reason he was jailed was because he was guilty.
I’m going to get him on the same side of the table as everybody else. “
When I’m being told by a judge that I made this mistake, I feel a bit like, ‘What a joke.'”
I’m going to get him on the same side of the table as everybody else.
He’s a great person and a great judge, and I’m really happy that he is getting the right side of it.
He has done the right things and I think that he will get the right punishment.
“It was such a bad, horrible thing, and you just can´t believe how people react.
I mean, you can hear it in the courtroom.
It was just horrific.
It is a shock.
I am not going to forget it.”‘The Judge´s’ star, who will be released from prison in 2019, is due to begin serving his sentence in December.
He is due back in court next month to defend himself against charges of misconduct and a criminal contempt charge, as well as the allegations that he threatened a woman in a bar who said she didn’t like his “fucking” and threatened to rape her.