Three Judges Suspended For Drunken Brawl Outside White Castle

Written by Alyssa Brook November 15, 2019
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Three Judges Suspended For Drunken Brawl Outside White Castle

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It looks like those who were put in charge of keeping law and order couldn’t do it themselves!

Three Indiana judges have been suspended without pay for their involvement in a drunken brawl that escalated into a shooting outside a White Castle.

The state Supreme Court published an order on Tuesday that said that county circuit judges Andrew Adams and Bradley B. Jacobs of Clark County and Sabrina R. Bell or Crawford County, acted in a manner that was “not merely embarrassing on a personal level; they discredited the entire Indiana judiciary.”

The court added that Bradley Jacobs, Andrew Adams and Sabrina Bell “engaged in judicial misconduct by appearing in public in an intoxicated state and behaving in an injudicious manner and by becoming involved in a verbal altercation.”

The incident went down after the three judges met for an annual conference in Indianapolis. After going out drinking for a while they decided to visit a strip club, however, they realized it was closed. Instead, they went to White Castle for some food.

The brawl apparently went down around 3 a.m., when one of the judges, Sabrina Bell, gave the middle finger to two men who were yelling from an SUV. A fight soon broke out between those men and the two male judges, resulting in both judges being shot! Luckily, they had surgery and survived.

At the scene, Bell was captured on video talking to police, adding, “I feel like this is all my fault,” though the document writes that Bell “was intoxicated enough that she lacks any memory of the incident.”

Source: CNN

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