Judge allegedly tells stay-at-home mom who asked to be excused from jury duty: 'I don't care about your children' | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED


Judge allegedly tells stay-at-home mom who asked to be excused from jury duty: 'I don't care about your children'

Christa Pehl Evans, whose children are all under the age of 7, holds a PhD from Princeton, but admits that “being a mother is the hardest job I’ve ever done.” On Nov. 20, she reported for jury duty and raised her hand in court to be excused from serving, as she needed to take care of her children; Pehl Evans breastfeeds her youngest and homeschools her two other children. That is when Judge James Petrucelli allegedly insulted the mother for her choice to remain at home and appeared to be, according to Pehl Evans, anti-woman and anti-mother.

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