Rodriguez-Chomat: Noun: Judge in a criminal division who bears a passing resemblance to the writer Ernest Hemingway. Usage: "I have a trial scheduled today before Judge Rodriguez-Chomat."
Verb: "Rodriguez-Chomated": To be, as a judge, the recipient of visual or verbal abuse from a defendant, especially during bond hearings. Usage: " Some Defendant Rodriguez-Chomated Judge Venzer during bond hearings today."
Here's what happened during the bond hearing on Wednesday:
The Defendant was in a bad mood, but it was his lucky day, because he ran into an experienced judge who knew just what to do. From your Local 10 website: