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Judge Orders Husband To Treat Wife To FLOWERS, DINNER, & BOWLING AFTER A DOMESTIC DISPUTE!!!

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Uploaded on Feb 8, 2012

A marital spat that began when a Plantation man didn't wish his wife a happy birthday and then escalated into a domestic violence charge, resulted in an usual bond court ruling by a perceptive judge.
Instead of setting bond or keeping Joseph Bray locked up, he ordered him to treat his spouse to dinner, a bowling date and then to undergo marriage counseling.

"He's going to stop by somewhere and he's going to get some flowers," Judge John "Jay" Hurley said during the first appearance hearing. "And then he's going to go home, pick up his wife, get dressed, take her to Red Lobster. And then after they have Red Lobster, they're going to go bowling."

Hurley emphasized that he would not have ordered such whimsical conditions for Bray, 47, if his domestic violence charge was more serious, or if his wife appeared to be injured or in danger of being harmed.

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