.:[Double Click To][Close]:.

Thursday, February 9, 2012

florida man ordered wife on date

florida man ordered wife on date


Man ordered to take wife on a date, A Florida judge ruled that a man take his wife on a date after reportedly getting into a scuffle with her. The man's wife claims he pushed her and grabbed her neck during an argument. Besides dinner, the two must also go bowling together.


Just in time for Valentine's Day, a Florida judge ruled on Tuesday that a man involved in a scuffle with his wife treat her to an evening at a local bowling alley and a romantic meal at Red Lobster.

Judge John Hurley ordered that Joseph Bray, 47 and his wife Sonja, 39, also visit a marriage counselor.

Hurley handed down this ruling instead of setting bond or slapping Bray with a prison sentence after he deemed domestic violence charges leveled by Bray's wife to be "very, very minor."

According to Bray's arrest affidavit, Bray and his wife got embroiled in a spat after he failed to wish her a happy birthday. Bray's wife claims that her husband shoved her against a sofa and grabbed her neck.

The judge, citing Bray's otherwise clean record and the incident's apparent lack of serious violence, did not consider Bray's behavior a major offense. However, Bray must follow the stipulations of Hurley's ruling very closely if he wants to avoid potential jail time.

No comments:

Post a Comment