W hat’s an appropriate punishment for an accidental hit and run–and a very deliberate cover up? Well, according to “The Young and the Restless” spoilers, if you’re a Newman, you’ll get off pretty easily.
Spoilers reveal Noah (Robert Adamson) will receive 12 months of probation and 60 hours of community service. While it seems like a slap on the wrist for someone who did his best to hide a crime, a last minute plea for understanding may have helped his cause more than his last name.
While a guilty verdict isn’t something anyone wanted for Noah, the sentence is better than jail time. The young Newman can go home and enjoy freedom. Noah is one of the few good guys, and thankfully, even Judge Moxley (Jensen Buchanan) could see that.
What will Noah do with his freedom? Being free means be able to start again. Billy (Jason Thompson) has forgiven him, his punishment is in place, and the court case is behind him. He can move on with his life with a clean conscience and knowing he did the right thing.
Noah’s idea of moving on may be to marry Marisa (Sofia Pernas), but will Luca let his wife be free?
The happy couple could face another uphill battle full of hurdles. They may have avoided jail, but do they face a different kind of imprisonment from Luca?
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