Larson then accused him of being "buddy, buddy" with the woman; Mc Bain said this was not true.Though the judge's daughter and the woman have some shared history, he said he knew neither Larson nor the woman. I don't know what you heard, but it's all lies," he wrote in a note contained in the court file."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. You can post, read and answer any personal ad for free.To get started click post personal ad, enter your ad (include a photo for best results), review your ad then submit it. When Mc Bain's court officer went to take Larson into custody, he resisted.Mc Bain said he was "hand fighting" the officer, Jared Schultz, then a deputized law clerk.
More than 100 people showed up for a candle-light vigil at a nearby Methodist church Tuesday night to pray for little Alanna.The photos reveal an adorable child with no shortage of smiles for the camera.Neighbors said she was an inquisitive 'spitfire' who always seemed to have questions that betrayed an intellect beyond her young age.According to his Facebook page, Alanna's father Karl Gallagher graduated from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and works as an engineer for a defense contractor.
He posted dozens of pictures of his three children on his Facebook page.
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.