Judge Needs Anger Management Counseling
A Michigan judge is facing discipline for an apparent anger management problem. Detroit Deputy Mayor Anthony Adams made the mistake of parking in a spot reserved for judges at the courthouse. Judge David Bradfield "cursed at him and told him to remove his car." Adams says he was authorized to park in the spot.
As Adams got out of his car and entered the courthouse, Bradfield grabbed his shoulder and shouted that the deputy mayor was "street" and from "the hood," according to the complaint. The judge "repeatedly poked his finger into Deputy Mayor Adams' chest while he was shouting at him," the complaint states.
This isn't the first time Judge Bradfield lost his cool in a parking dispute.
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