Emotional Scene Where Judge Lets Inmate Hold His Son For The Very First Time

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What a fantastic judge. And, yes, it’s the same judge that defended the woman with no pants.Judge Amber Wolf had just wrapped up a hearing for James Roeder and was about to begin a hearing for his wife, Ashley Roeder, when the judge did “probably one of the best things” she has ever done.

James and Ashley are co-defendants in the same burglary case and were ordered to have no contact with each other. Despite the ruling, it occurred to the judge after they finished the case that the inmate had not met his baby — who was 30 days old — and that he was not going to get an opportunity to meet his baby anytime in the near future.

In the video, you can hear the judge giving clear instructions about the special meeting. Ashley Roeder is shown in the video carrying their one-month-old child up to the podium. She hands the infant to James, who holds the baby for the first time. Judge Wolf reminded the couple their no-contact order is still intact, and that was only a temporary exception.

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