After Weiner's sentence is served, he must undergo internet monitoring and must have no contact with his victim.He must also enroll in a sex-offender treatment program.However when it emerged in 2013 that Weiner had continued to have sexual contact with women online, his attempt at resurrecting his political career was over.'There are second acts – no third acts,' Devlin-Brown added.
Weiner’s friend, Tom Duane, a former New York State Senator, gave him a hug in the hallway following the court hearing.He said that he was finally teaching his son Jordan the right lessons.'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.After the judge left the bench, he sat in his seat for several minutes, continuing to cry The lawyer said that around the time he was in contact with the 15-year-old, he was also having contact with 19 other women online.Devlin-Brown emphasized that Weiner did not have an abnormal sexual interest in teenagers – and Judge Cote agreed with that finding.