Judge Jeanine rips 'frightening trend' of judges bowing to 'woke culture'

New York Post report: Judge lowered bail on suspected gang member before he allegedly killed a father

Judge Jeanine Pirro says the teens bail was lowered despite 3 prior gun busts

A suspected teen gang member who allegedly opened fire into a crowd of people, killing a father in New York, was reportedly released on a reduced bail by a Bronx judge before the incident, according to The New York Post.

The Post reported that the teenager, Alberto Ramirez, had three prior gun busts within the span of four months.

Ramirez was arrested and placed in lock-up with a $75,000 bail when Denis Boyle, an acting justice of the Bronx Country Supreme Court, lowered his bail to $10,000 cash or a $25,000 bond.

The “Justice’ host Judge Jeanine Pirro said Saturday that the incident was an example of a “frightening trend” in the American justice system, wherein U.S. judges are bowing to “woke culture” instead of the law. 

During the segment, New York State Republican Chairman Nick Langworthy told Pirro that the mentality of putting criminals ahead of law-abiding taxpayers has “permeated” the court system. 

Langworthy said that the “socialists” under Gov. Andrew Cuomo in Albany who have ended cash bail and “stripped the rights of police,” are partly to blame for New York’s recent spike in crime.

He also added that the New York City court system has been “perverted” by liberal judges appointed by Mayor Bill de Blasio. 

“Judges like this are a menace to society,” Langworthy argued. “We need to change this one Party Democrat rule of this state in order to bring change to this system.”

Fox News’ Audrey Conklin contributed to this report.

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