Wednesday, 8 March 2017

Judge who ordered man remotely shocked in court faces $5 million lawsuit

Warning: graphic content.


A disrobed Maryland judge who ordered a bailiff to remotely shock a defendant in court with a 50,000-volt charge is now being sued on allegations of civil rights violations. While facing a weapons charge, the defendant was acting as his own attorney when then-Charles County Circuit Court Judge Robert Nalley ordered a deputy to remotely engage the man's ankle-bound "stun cuffs" for about five seconds.

Courtroom video shows Delvon King—who despite the judge's orders won't stop talking—falling to the ground and screaming in pain during a hearing about what questions should be submitted to prospective jurors. According to the video of the 2014 episode, the judge told the courtroom deputy, "Mr. Sheriff do it, use it."

King then hit the floor and screamed in agony, according to the video.

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