The accused was a 15 -year -old boy and tried to run away from the guard’s grip when he was caught stealing from a store. A shelf of the store also broke down during the resistance.
The judge listened to the crime and asked the boy “Did you really steal something?”
The boy confessed to “Brad and Cheese Packet”.
I needed the boy gave a brief answer.
“There weren’t money”
“Take from the family”
“The only mother at home is sick and unemployed bread and cheese.”
“You don’t work?”
One day’s leave was removed to take care of the mother in a car wash.
“You seek help from someone”
Doording from the morning no one did help.
The proceedings ended and the judge began to make a verdict.
“Theft and especially bread theft is a horrific crime and we are all responsible for this crime. Everyone in the court is guilty of theft. I pay $ 10 dollars on every person and myself here. Saying that no one can go out of court, the judge pulled $ 10 out of his pocket and put it on the table.
Addition in I finance $ 1000 on the store administration that he treated a hungry child and handed him over to the police if the fine was not submitted within 24 hours, the court would order the store to be seal.
The last remarks of the decision were that the court apologizes to the store administration and the attendees, paying the fine to the boy.
After hearing the verdict, the attendees were Ashok Bar as the boy’s hiccups were tied up and he was watching the judge repeatedly.
The societies of “infidelity” are not so flourishing, not just justice to their citizens.