ANSWERS: 3
  • dont sound like it
  • Avoids a longer sentence for 'contempt of court'.
    • Archie Bunker
      I would have hit him with contempt also and gave him a longer sentence. And I would have had him thrown out of the courtroom. Watch from a monitor if you can't sit there and shut up.
    • mushroom
      I believe he 6th Amendment is interpreted to have a convict appear personally for sentencing, as well as having family members appear in the courtroom.
    • Archie Bunker
      Courts have ruled that being able to view it on a monitor is the same, as long as they're being uncooperative. In some cases, once removed, some jurisdictions have taken the stance that as long as they're in the same building, that's good enough. As far as having family there, most rulings don't specify families has to be allowed, only that the process has to be "public" (in most cases).
  • It doesn't affect me in any way.I do not know him personally. With 3 armed robberies that a good thing.
    • Archie Bunker
      If you watch the video, I think it's kinda comical. He just keeps on talking. Not yelling or anything. Just talking.

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