The judge in the Wisconsin deadly parade case claims she was "frightened" of Darrell Brooks' actions in the courtroom

By Pratik

 Oct 22,2022

The judge in charge of the trial of the suspect accused of murdering six people and injuring many others in a 2021 holiday parade told reporters on Friday that the defendant was intimidating her during the trial.

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Darrell Brooks Jr., 40, hit the counter with his fists. 

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He stopped talking while staring at judge Jennifer Dorow with an unblinking gaze shortly after she stated that his assertion that the state had been a coach to himself and his witnesses "had absolutely no foundation in reality."

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"This man is arguing with me. This is very rude. He hit his fist with his hand. I'm honestly nervous," Judge Jennifer Dorow spoke in court, as the jury walked absent on Friday, requesting an end to the proceeding.

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Brooks has represented himself in a trial that is rife by his frequent interruptions as well as anger in what the prosecution has described as an attempt "stall and slow down, interrupt, or intimidate."

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Brooks was accused of driving a red vehicle along the Waukesha, Wisconsin, parade route in the last few days of this year. 

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He was accused of six counts of intentional homicide, six counts of recklessly risking the safety and six counts of hit-and-run leading to death, and two bail-jumping counts 

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all felonies related to the tragic parade incident along with one count of battery in a misdemeanor connected to the incident with a former girlfriend.

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Brooks was moved to another courtroom where she was able to take part in a series of recursive on Friday.  

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