uggs on sale cheap How Iowa deputies keep chaos out of the courtroom
WEBVTT Local Sheriff departments say today outburst serves as areminder . Of how quickly,chaos can break out, in a courtroom. KCCI Max Diekneite joins us in studio. Max thiskind of attack, is extremelyrare. Shaina, it is and our courtdeputies say they work hard tokeep it that way. Friday morning, the father of three of Dr. Lary Nassar . lunged at the convicted child molester. The video has spread like wildfire. The courthouse, is seen as aplace for reason and justice. Inside, deputies work hard. tokeep our courtrooms safe. Longtime Polk County Attorney John Sarcone, says he never seen anything like this. But it hashappened, right here in Iowa. 18years ago. the high profile Deases murder trial out of StoryCounty, caught national attention. when one of theDeases brothers,
attacked the other. The brother was kicked out of court. But Friday raised the question. The judge in theNassur case was asked if shewould punish the father of thethree girls for his outburst. She responded by saying, quote, “No Way.” Shaina?
“You can understand the emotion of the dad,” said Lt. Rich Blaylock, with the Polk County Sheriff’s Office. “You see those emotions bubble over, and you get an incident like that.”
“If we have a high profile case or something we know there’s going to be emotion attached to it, we talk to the families as they come in and give them ground rules,” Blaylock said. “It’s up to us to make sure they follow it.”
Longtime Polk County Attorney John Sarcone said courtroom outbursts are a rarity and that the presence of the deputies “is very important.”
“We do have family members that are very upset, but I haven’t seen, at least in the cases that I’ve tried, anybody actually go after a defendant,
” Sarcone said.