A Nevada man who leaped complete a judicial chair to onslaught a judge past period aft he was denied probation has been indicted by a expansive assemblage for attempted murder.
In courtroom video obtained by Fox News Digital, nan lawyer for Deobra Redden, 30, requests nan judge springiness his customer probation successful nan Jan. 3 hearing.
"I deliberation it’s clip he sewage a sensation of thing else," Judge Mary Kay Holthus responded.
Redden is past seen flying successful nan aerial complete nan chair pinch his arms and legs wide open, earlier landing connected nan judge.
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The video of nan Clark County, Nevada, proceeding has since gone viral.
Holthus and a marshal adjacent her were some injured successful nan attack.
Redden's nine-count indictment alleges he attempted to murder Holthus "by grabbing her, pulling her hair, placing his hands astir her pharynx and/or hitting her connected nan caput by mode and intends unknown."
He’s besides accused of "punching and/or kicking and/or pushing" a Las Vegas constabulary officer.
Redden was charged pinch attempted murder and a twelve different charges aft nan attack, including artillery connected a protected personification resulting successful important bodily harm and artillery by a prisoner, aft nan attack.
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Holthus was sentencing Redden successful an attempted artillery lawsuit that he pleaded blameworthy to successful November erstwhile he leaped astatine her. She yet sentenced him to up to 4 years for that case.
Holthus’ clerk and nan marshal were yet capable to restrain Redden.
Redden has a history of convulsive criminal acts and convictions for 3 felonies and 9 misdemeanors.
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His foster mother and sister said extracurricular nan courthouse past period that Redden had been diagnosed pinch schizophrenia and bipolar disorder, but he was recovered fresh to guidelines trial.
Fox News Digital's Greg Wehner and nan Associated Press contributed to this report.