Judge Orders Man 60 Days For Racial Slur

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You’d assume one would be on their best behavior when appearing before the court of law. Well, that wasn’t the case for one Kentucky man, who blurted out a racial slur after a judge revoked his bond on drug charges.

Adam Satterly, a white male, attended his bail hearing in hopes of being released from jail. But Circuit Court Judge Olu Stevens, a black man, said not so fast and ordered him back to the slammer.

That’s when Satterly exited the room shouting, “Punk a** n**ger.”

Taken aback by the insult, Stevens called him back into the courtroom to issue Satterly, who claimed he was speaking to his brother, an additional 60 days behind bars.

The judge stated, “You don’t speak those words in here. And that word particularly, you don’t use that word. I’m going to give you 60 days for having used that word. I’m going to hold you in contempt right now for having used it in this courtroom. It’s disrespectful; don’t ever do it again.”

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WDRB 41 Louisville News