Woman Laughs At Judge Then Gets The Most Brutal Response Ever

The Wayne County Circuit no-nonsense court judge has caught people’s attention beyond the doors of her courtroom in Michigan.


Judge Qiana Lillard’s kicked two people out of her courtroom on Friday f0r laughing during a sentencing for a DUI. Lillard heard faint giggles from Amanda Kosal’s family. Kosal has admitted she was drunk when she head on struck 31-year-old’s Jerome Zirker’s SUV killing him and severely injuring 31-year-old Brittany Johnson.¬†Lillard was not impressed and asked the victim’s family to stop reading their statements to scold the man and woman that were laughing.

She had this to say; “Whoever can sit here at a tragic moment like this and laugh and smile when somebody has lost a family member … in the entire time that Mr. Zirker’s sister was speaking, that clown — and that’s what I am going to call him, a clown — was sitting there smiling and laughing, and you can go, too,” she then motioned towards Donna, Kosal’s mother, “Because if you don’t know how to act, you can go to jail. So leave.”

Lillard went on to alert the entire courtroom telling others that if the dare laugh or smirk they would face the same consequences as Donna Kosal. She continues to reprimand the Kosal family; “This is a court of law, and these are very serious matters, I understand you all are very upset because your loved one is going to prison — but guess what? She’s going to prison for the choices that she made. These people are here grieving, saddened because a senseless act took away their loved one, and you’re sitting here acting like it’s a joke? Not in Courtroom 502. Not today and not any other day.”

Judge Qiana Lillard was unimpressed by the events that had transpired in her courtroom, it was evident with every word she spoke. Lillard sentenced Donna Kosal to 93 days in Wayne County Jail and Amanda Kosal was found guilty and sentenced to 3 to 15 years in prison for drunk driving that killed the father of five Zirker. Donna later appeared in court and apologized, Judge Lillard, reduced her sentence to a mere day.

When this video of the events that transpired was seen on Facebook by millions gaining widespread support and praise to her handling of the situation; she had this to say in response.¬†“Thank you to everyone who has taken the time to visit this page to express your feelings,” she wrote. “I am honored to have the privilege of serving the citizens of Wayne County.”