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He was ordered to surrender by November 6 and to pay a ,000 fine Weiner appeared gaunt and shaken, smiling occasionally as he spoke with his attorneys ahead of the hearing, before reading from a prepared sheet of remarks.With his hand and voice shaking, Weiner said that he had hit his 'rock bottom' but was grateful for it as it had led to his recovery.'I focus on how I live my new, smaller, healthier life one day at a time. I have a disease but no excuse.'He also said that he was 'profoundly sorry' to the victim.'I am living in amends to him,' he said'I am profoundly sorry. I live a different and better life today.'I focus on how I live my new, smaller, healthier life one day at a time. I am not asking that I be trusted.'I ask you for the opportunity on probation to keep my sworn oath.' Judge Cote said that she had read letters from the victim, her father and grandmother, along with two letters from the public, including one from a ‘concerned New Yorker’. Attorney’s Office, made the case for the prosecution as to why Weiner should serve jail time and his request for probation be rejected.'I was a very sick man for a very long time but I‘m also responsible for the damage I have done. I convinced myself that I wasn’t the problem.'I have a disease but no excuse. if I had done the right thing, I would not be standing before you today. Judge Cote described the letters as 'extraordinarily brave'. Kramer said that Weiner had 'asked a real 15-year-old to show him her naked body and perform sexually', calling his crime a 'serious felony'.The case led the FBI to reopen its probe into Hillary Clinton’s private email server after investigators found messages between Clinton and Weiner’s wife on the former congressman’s laptop.

He said that he was finally teaching his son Jordan the right lessons.

'She is entitled to the law’s full protection.'Cote acknowledged how committed Weiner was to recovery and said that his support of others with sexual problems could become a 'true public service'.'He has made great strides but it will remain a struggle for years to come,' she said.