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Vegas Courtroom Attacker Returns In Shackles And Heightened Security

Debora Delone Redden, the man from the now-viral Las Vegas courtroom jumping attack, has returned for sentencing. When Redden attacked the judge, he was also there for sentencing. That process was interrupted due to his attack. So, he had to return to complete the sentencing process. This time, the court took extra precautions to ensure that Redden would not attack anyone again. He appeared in a spit mask, shackles that crossed his waist, ankles, and wrists. He also wore a covering on his hands that extended beyond his wrists. Mary Kay Holthus, the judge who was attacked, also returned. She rendered a sentence of 19 to 48 months in Nevada State Prison. Holthus clarified that Redden’s attack on her did not influence this sentence. It was for a previous battery charge that occurred in April of 2023. The new battery charges Redden picked up after the courtroom attack will be handled by a separate judge later.

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Judge Judy Weighs in on VIRAL Judge Attack (Exclusive) | E! News – YouTube

Las Vegas judge who was tackled in wild courtroom video sentences her attacker

Man Who Attacked Las Vegas Judge Gets Up to 4 Years in Prison – The New York Times

Accused judge attacker faces battery, attempted murder charges in different Las Vegas courtroom

Man who attacked Las Vegas judge gets 10 to 48 months in seperate case | CTV News

Man who attacked Las Vegas judge sentenced to prison – The Washington Post

Suspect accused of Las Vegas judge attack sentenced on previous charges; family says he suffers from mental illness

Man who attacked Las Vegas judge faces her again for sentencing

Man who attacked Las Vegas judge sentenced to 19 months for battery charges – YouTube

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