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The defendant sucker-punches his lawyer in courtroom in Arizona

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One suspect, standing trial on charges of attacking a corrections officer sucker-punched his lawyer in an Arizona court after a judge ordered him to leave, according to a new report.

The suspect, Lamont, Payne, had repeatedly interrupted the judge during a court proceeding last year, KTVK-TV, Phoenix, reported.

“He was swearing and rolling his eyes and making a scene,” the public prosecutor’s office of Vladimir Gagic said. “The cause of the commotion, and a trouble maker.”

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(Maricopa County Superior Court)

When Max got up to leave, he was up-side Gagic, in a moment captured on video.

Galic was hired by the Maricopa County Office of the Public prosecutor’s office is to represent the Games, which is believed to have been a bit of a corrections officer at a Maricopa County jail is the only to in 2016.

“I don’t sense any power,” said Gagic. “I don’t feel any pain or anything like that. It was just salty because you can taste a person’s skin. It’s kind of gross, but that’s what I can remember,” KTVK reported.

In addition to a bloody nose and a swollen face, but he was otherwise uninjured in the alleged assault.

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“I’ve been doing this for almost 20 years, and I’ve been to all kinds of customers, but no one really responded to it,” Gagic said, according to the station.

Gagic has reportedly filed assault charges, and Games, it is no longer allowed in the court room, KTVK reported.

Gagic, no longer works for the Maricopa County Public Defense Services, according to KNXV-TV.

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