Judge Takes Off Robe, Comes Off Bench To Put Down Disrespectful Thug!

Judge Takes Off Robe, Comes Off Bench To Put Down Disrespectful Thug!
Judge McBain has never had to do this before and he will probably think twice about it if things ever came to this point again but it could all turn out the same way, especially with this defendant.

Now I think I have seen this happen in movies but rarely do you see a judge remove his robe and go after a defendant.

But this thug had it coming! This October 2016 video is still making the rounds on the viral circuit.

Judge John McBain was not happy this afternoon with the defendant Jacob Larson. Larson had been in his courtroom before, and it seemed he was that comfortable with the judge to give him lip.

[inlinetweet prefix=”” tweeter=”” suffix=””]Judge McBain joined a deputy throwing off his robe to help take Larson to the ground[/inlinetweet]. The judge even shouted out “Tase his ass right now.” The video gives my description a lot more justice than I just did.

Source: MLIVE.com

McBain had ordered the man to spend three days in jail, a period that quickly jumped to 93 days as Larson continued to aggravate the judge during the December hearing.

The resulting takedown was a rare instance of a judge using physical force, one Jackson County Chief Circuit Judge Thomas Wilson said was allowable. “A judge has the power to take whatever action is necessary to maintain order in the courtroom,” he said and noted circuit court judges have arresting powers.

Wilson had seen the court recording of the hearing, but there is no review process for such incidents, he said.

When McBain’s court officer went to take Larson into custody, he resisted. McBain said he was “hand fighting” the officer, Jared Schultz, then a deputized law clerk. Larson would not cooperate, tensed up and made a fist as though he was trying to fight, said Schultz, now working for the state Court of Appeals.

There were no other officers or any sheriff’s deputies in the courtroom – they are not typically present unless there is a jailed person in court – and McBain said he assisted in getting control of Larson’s hands, arms and elbows. Schultz, a former police officer, said he was fortunate to have the judge as backup.

Schultz said at one time he removed his Taser from its holster, but did not have to use it.

Judge McBain has never had to do this before, and he will probably think twice about it if things ever came to this point again, but it could all turn out the same way, especially with this defendant.

I applaud the judge for deciding to help the deputy restrain the defendant. He could have just let everything go and run for help, but I am sure there was some sense of satisfaction with this takedown.

What would you have done in this situation? Would you have followed the judge’s actions? Share your opinion below in the comment section.

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