Sleeping judge fired


10 Responses to “Sleeping judge fired”

  1. Brainspore says:

    The Prosecution rests.

    The Defense rests.

    But does anyone care if the Judge needs rest? Noooo…

  2. jayson says:

    That judge looks about 20 years old. 

    Exactly what are the qualifications for being a judge in Russia?

    • Benjamin Palmer says:

      Ability to stay awake is one, apparently.

    • Antinous / Moderator says:

      Exactly what are the qualifications for being a judge in Russia?

      Being heterosexual, promoting the Church and paying off Putin seem to be the keys to success (or survival) in Russia these days.

  3. sigismund says:

    Oblomov your Honour…

  4. UnderachievingSheep says:

    Are we going to see a proliferation of the court room equivalent of dashboard cams from Russia after this incident? If that happened, I’d expect Law and Order to be making some stylistic changes.

  5. picaflor says:

    I so would’ve slammed a book on the floor

  6. Hanglyman says:

    I find it odd that he’ll be allowed back if he retakes his exams. Was he unaware that falling asleep mid-trial is unacceptable because he didn’t study hard enough?

  7. Gulliver says:

    Somnajudication: sleep judging is the next big parasomnia disorder.

    Catch Court TV’s new hit series, Judge Sleepy.

    Typical, just because he’s a justice he thinks he can take arbitrary naps. ← See what I did there?

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