Waukesha parade suspect escorted out of courtroom after violent outburst

Darrell Brooks went from sleeping in Friday’s trial to an outburst, screaming at Judge Jennifer Dorow and the Sheriff’s Deputy. Brooks commented on politics and told deputies to keep their hands off him. The judge said he would not tolerate the explosion, which could result in Brooks being detained in court. After his lunch break, Brooks returned and sat quietly at his defense table. As the lawyers began discussing which jurors would be and which ones to attack before jury selection, Brooks asked to be taken back to his prison cell. Brooks told the judge he wasn’t feeling well and didn’t want to be in court. The judge allowed him to go and the lawyer continued. During the two-day trial, the judge handed down 6 counts of murder by using a drunk vehicle. Against the wishes of the defense, the judge allowed the state to use Brooks’ interrogation from parade night and the following day while Brooks was in custody. Trials begin October 3. More than 300 people are expected to be brought in for jury selection. Brooks faces a life sentence if convicted of willful manslaughter.

Darrell Brooks went from sleeping in Friday’s trial to an outburst, screaming at Judge Jennifer Dorow and the Sheriff’s Deputy. Brooks made comments about politics and told deputies to stay away from him.

The judge said he would not tolerate the explosion, which could result in Brooks being detained in court.

After the lunch break, Brooks returned and sat quietly at his defense table.

As the lawyers began discussing potential jurors and which ones to attack before jury selection, Brooks asked to be taken back to his prison cell. Brooks told the judge he wasn’t feeling well and didn’t want to be in court. The judge allowed him to go and the lawyer continued.

During the two-day trial, the judge handed down 6 counts of murder by using a drunk vehicle. Against the wishes of the defense, the judge allowed the state to use Brooks’ interrogation from parade night and the following day while Brooks was in custody.

Trials begin October 3. More than 300 people are expected to be brought in for jury selection. Brooks faces a life sentence if convicted of willful manslaughter.

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