Objections, Misdemeanors, and Speeding Seniors: Stories From the Traffic Judge’s Courtroom
With an introduction by Caught in Providence’s own Judge Frank Caprio
Get ready for case overloads, bizarre proceedings, rulings, regulations, and the most creative excuses this side of the bench. If you haven’t had the pleasure already—and according to statistics, you should have—welcome to traffic court. Hope you have your driver’s license handy.
After presiding over Jerusalem’s traffic court for nearly twenty years, retired Judge Abraham Tennenbaum paints an eye-opening picture of the global phenomenon that is traffic court. At times hilarious, insightful and compassionate, and as impartial as humanly possible, Objections, Misdemeanors, and Speeding Seniors is a unique account of the great social equalizer, hailed by TV’s Judge Frank Caprio as “delightful and engaging.”