(jazzy music) Isaac Perez Santos. Hello. Good morning, sir. You are charged with speeding on Douglas Avenue, in a school zone. Yeah, I didn’t notice that. You are charged with doing 31 miles per hour in a school zone. Now, remember that, 31. The city does not charge you if you’re doing 30. They give you a 10 mile cushion. I have taken the position that, when the city charges you with doing 31, that they could also have charged you with doing 30, or 32. Okay.
So, I give you the benefit of the doubt. So, I’m gonna dismiss the case. Oh, thank you, sir. Because I’m gonna give you the benefit of the doubt. Now, I know you were before me before. Oh, yeah, I know.
For a different crime, I remember that. And remember you telling me you were a boxer, right? Oh, I am, I am a boxer. You’re still fighting, right? Of course, I’m fighting this month.
Alright. Now, let me see your left hook. Seriously, let me see it. Yeah, you gotta, you gotta, that was. I mean, you couldn’t even knock me out with that. (laughing)
Alright? Are you a southpaw, or are you– No, I’m a righty. You’re a righty?
Yeah. If you were fighting a southpaw, what strategy would you use fighting a southpaw. If I was a southpaw–
Yeah. What strategy would you use? I would fight him going to his left. Would you jab me to death or, what’d you do? I would jab you and then I’d go to my left. Yeah.
So you don’t know your right. Just take it from me–
‘Cause you’re a southpaw. Take it from me, I know a little bit about this stuff, right? I know.
(laughs) I happen to know boxers. If you’re fighting a southpaw, listen to me, alright? Right hand lead. If you’re fighting a southpaw, right? Never mind jabbing, right hand lead. Right hand lead, all the time. You’ll knock the southpaw out. Trust me, I know. Oh, you’ve done it before? I know this stuff. Alright. (laughing) I know.
Yeah, that’s good. Can’t you tell? I mean, you can tell, see the athletic body, right, you know? (laughing) My dad was actually a prizefighter. My dad was born in Italy, came here and in his early years, in addition to other things, peddling fruit, he was also a prizefighter. And I remember him telling me, he’d take me to the gym, right hand lead fighting a southpaw. Right hand leads, fighting a southpaw. And trust me, it’s the best mechanism. Just, when you go to the gym next time, right? Have somebody fight southpaw. Okay.
Right, even though they’re right handed, and just, throw a right hand lead. You’ll see, ’cause they’re vulnerable. Right, it’s right here. Oh, yeah, it’s easier. You’re throwing jabs, see, you’re throwing jabs. You’re fighting a southpaw. Southpaw’s like this, your jab’s hitting their arm. Yeah.
Right hand lead is over here, it’s wide open. I want a percentage of the next fight you have, alright? (laughing) I’ll give you 5%. When is your next fight? Next month, Dominican. Oh, in Dominican Republic?
Yeah. What weight are you? Welterweight, 140, 140. 140. Well, we wish you well. Aw, man, thanks. Alright, if you’re fighting a southpaw, what do you do? Right hand lead?
Right hand lead. (laughing) I want you to go to the gym and try it out. Alright.
Alright. Susan Marshall. Come on late. Susan comes up here with a big smile on her face, Inspector Carey, you see this? I saw the list, your honor.
See the big smile? (laughing) I don’t know why she’s smiling, her car’s been booted. Yeah, for the second time. Oh, you, oh.
It just got booted in February and cost me over $700 on the tow storage to get the car out.
So you didn’t learn your lesson. I can’t, I just couldn’t afford it. I got up the money to pay that off, well, by the time I got the money together to pay it off, it was over $700. Is there anything you wanna tell me about this? Um, just.
Other than the fact that you’re broke. I’m broke. (laughs) That’s about it. It’s mandatory $100 boot fee. Mm-hmm.
(clears throat) Is there anything you wanna tell me before I make a decision? On the tickets? I made a decision already, I just wanna see what you think. I don’t, I don’t know. I mean, the ticket’s been, for a very long time. They’ve tripled. I’m gonna fine you $200 for your tickets. Okay.
And it’s gonna be $100 for the boot fee. Okay. So, it’s gonna be a total of $300. Okay.
I’ll give you a big break on this. That’s a huge break. But I don’t want you coming back. (laughs) I don’t wanna come back. But, not that you don’t have a pleasant personality, it’s for your own benefit.
Yes. You know. Can you afford to pay that today? I can’t afford the $200 today. That, I can work out over time. I’m actually not working right now, but I would say, within the next maybe two months, I could probably come up with the remaining balance for the $200. Miss Marshall, listen to me and listen carefully, okay? I gave you a big break on the tickets, but I’m gonna tell you this. I would suggest very, very strongly that you try to avoid getting any future tickets. Mm.
And if you do get any tickets after this, pay them immediately. Okay. The second thing I’m gonna tell you is that, if you don’t pay the $25 per month, alright?
Mm-hmm. And the boot goes back on the car, which it will. Mm-hmm. That’s gonna cost you $865. Okay. ‘Cause that was the original cost Yep.
So, giving you a break, I reduce it, but I understand, people have financial problems. I understand that.
Mm-hmm. So, all I’m trying to tell you is that, I’m trying to convince you to help yourself. Mm-hmm. You got the message?
I understand. You got it?
Yes. We’re gonna be–
Yes. Watching you. (laughs) Alright, good luck.
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