Posted on February 5, 2013 2 Comments
Is it not highly prejudicial for Mr Louis to appear caged? Surely he’s not a flight risk.
Absent any open windows in the courtroom, no, Mr. Louis is unlikely to flee if released from his cage, but Bear Lawyer knows from past experiences that Ray has a bit of a temper—and a few narrowly-evaded indictments to his credit besides—and would not be above expressing his displeasure with the proceedings via excretory means.
That, and it’s only a preliminary hearing. Better safe than shat upon.
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