Rushing to the hospital

(upbeat music) Good morning. Good morning, sir. Good morning, sir, or your honor, sorry. So, Kevin, this is a red light violation. Who is this with you? I was not driving the– He’s asking who is with you. Oh, this is my fiance. Oh, your fiance. Yeah, my other half, my pain in the back, you know? Crank in the neck, whatever you wanna call ’em. So depending on what happens here today, she may be your ex-fiance. No, not with our two babies. (both laughing) You have two babies? I have a six year old and a three year old. Oh, yeah. Two boys, two girls, what are they? Two girls. We didn’t bring them here with us today because they would’ve actually tore this place down. Yes (laughs), my three old would’ve. (both laughing) This is a red light violation on Eddy Street and Dudley Street. You were driving the car. She was driving, so we’re gonna switch spots (laughs). Both microphones work. I don’t know why you changed that. Your honor, he’s just getting closer to pay. ‘Cause that’s all he’s here for. Pretty much. (both laughing) He’s getting close to the cashier. Yes. What do you wanna tell me about these? I’m guilty with an explanation. What is your name? Shana.
Shana, tell me, Shana. What do you wanna tell me about it? My mom was in the hospital. Don’t cry, don’t cry. All right, watch out, I’ll talk. I’m sorry. That night, her mom got admitted to the hospital. And she was just rushing to the hospital. And by the time she got there– There’s no parking in the parking lot for Eddy for Rhode Island Hospital. There’s no parking. And two weeks later, her mom died, so. All right, I apologize. I didn’t realize those were the circumstances. I wouldn’t have even asked you the question. I don’t wanna bring back. It’s fine, it’s okay. Memories, okay. Obviously, based on that explanation, you know, there’s no question that I’m gonna dismiss this case. With sympathies of everyone at the court on the passing of your mom. On a happier note, you look familiar to me. Where do I know you from? I’m actually related to you, yes. (both laughing) And I work at Dunkin’. So I see you at Dunkin’ all the time too. Which one, which Dunkin’? On North Main Street. I occasionally go to that Dunkin’ Donuts. I know, I serve you. (both laughing) I hope you didn’t mess up his coffee. No (laughs). Does that mean I have to leave a bigger tip next time? No, no, no, no, I won’t even take your tip. I wouldn’t take your tip. Well, somebody took it the last time (laughs). It wasn’t me, it wasn’t me. I’ll take it. It wasn’t me (laughs). (Frank laughing) Oh, God. Okay, good luck to you. Thank you, sir, I appreciate it. Come on, how cool was that? If you’d like to see more cases like this one, tune into Caught in Providence every weekday. Excuse me, you didn’t know Caught in Providence is also a TV show? Oh, wow, your life just got substantially better. To find out what channel we’re on, go to Click on your local listings, scroll down till you find your hometown, then start doing your happy dance. That’s it, move it, move it, nice (laughs). All rise and hit subscribe so you don’t miss the latest viral moments like this one. Share these videos and weigh in on the cases. You be the judge, subscribe now.

38 thoughts on “Rushing to the hospital

  1. He's is such an amazing man with a heart of gold. I've been watching since it was on at 3 am here in Massachusetts lol that was forever ago.

  2. He makes his day at work full of compassion and fun, and it spreads now for the whole wide world to share.

  3. How come no one mentioned that she is related to the judge ??? Like I wanna know he just went right on to the next conversation 👀… but such a nice judge love him 😊👍🏼🍀

  4. All I've got to say is compassion goes a long way judge Caprio and you cease to amaze me. Of the compassion that you have in your heart to dismiss cases we need to have more judges like you

  5. there should still be some punishment because people who put their needs infront of others puts others lives in danger. We need to understand that we should not speed through the streets no matter what as that leads to death or injuries.

  6. I Love Judge Caprio, he's the kindest man but he's rational, sometimes a ticket on top of a really stressful situation can be the thing that breaks you, and he saves people from that.

  7. Good for the courtroom on getting a show but I wish Ziggy gave us nuggets of funny insight still instead of the same How Cool Was That every time now.

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