Judge whose cellphone went off in court holds self in contempt

Judge Raymond Voet, presiding in Ionia County 64A District Court in Michigan, has a policy stating that any gadget that goes off during proceedings will earn the owner a contempt citation. When his own cellphone went off, he fined himself $25. "Judges are humans," Voet said. "They're not above the rules. I broke the rule and I have to live by it. [ABC News]