Suspect with Suspended License Joins Court Zoom Call While Driving His Car

Imagine having your license suspended due to a crime like drunk driving. It’s time for your next court hearing and you’re allowed to attend the hearing on a Zoom call. What are some of the things that you would NOT want to do while calling the court on Zoom?

Obviously, you wouldn’t want to do any of the things that Hunter Biden records on his laptop. Those activities should definitely not be done during a Zoom call. We should also add anything that Jeffrey Toobin of CNN might do on a Zoom call.

But here’s an even more specific thing you wouldn’t want to do. Since the court hearing is related to your driver license being suspended, it would be a really terrible idea to call in for the Zoom hearing while driving your car.

 

That must not have occurred to the guy in this video. The first question that the incredulous judge asks him is, “Are you driving?!”

He informs the judge that he is, and if he could just be patient for a second, he’s finding a place to park.

Because safety first, amiright?

The guy then makes the court wait as he finds a parking spot and parks his car, as if he’s doing them a favor. Keep an eye on the judge’s facial expressions during this entire hearing—he can barely contain his disbelief.

While the story is funny, the suspect gets some very bad news at the end of this short hearing.


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