The increasingly hostile words are a matter of public record. They occurred in in a michael kors wallet Brevard County, Fla. Courtroom between Judge John Murphy and public defender Andrew Weinstock. The transcript, first reported by reads as follows:
"If I had a rock, I would throw it at you right now," Murphy said. "Stop pissing me off. Just sit down. I'll take care of it. I don't need your help. Sit down."
"I'm the public defender, I have the right michael kors purses cheap to be here and I have a right to stand and represent my clients," Weinstock replied.
"Sit down," Murphy said. "If you want to fight, let's go out back and I'll just beat your (expletive)."
"Let's go right now," Weinstock said.
That's when the war of words allegedly became physical and courtroom decorum was breached.
, The two went into a hallway, where Murphy allegedly grabbed Weinstock by the collar and started hitting him, according to the public defender's office. Although off of the courtroom michael kors outlet canada camera, the two can still be heard yelling at each other, with one of them saying, "You want to (expletive) with me?"
A Brevard County sheriff's deputy stopped the fight. The video also shows the judge being applauded as he returned to the courtroom - alone. Another public defender says it appeared Weinstock had been hit in the head, according to CBSNews.com.
The participants refused to press charges and no arrests were made. However, WKMG legal analyst Luis Calderon said both men could michael kors bags face disciplinary action for what happened in court, simply because of the attention the case is getting.
Calderon said the worst cast scenarios for both men could result in them losing their jobs and possibly being disbarred.
So what should happen to this pair of courtroom pugilists?