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By CHERI ROBERTS for Challenging the Rhetoric
It is fairly common knowledge that cellphone, and other electronic device use, is not allowed in federal courtrooms during proceedings. There are a few pilot program courtrooms that do allow it, but neither the Oregon or Nevada courts are one of them. Ammon Bundy’s Oregon attorney, Mike Arnold of Arnold Law Firm, in a podcast interview on Walk the Talk with Nevada Assemblywoman, Michelle Fiore, said he, “didn’t know” he couldn’t use his phone. He was kicked out of the Nevada court during yesterday’s Bunkerville standoff arraignments, after opening his cell phone to allegedly file an “urgent” motion in Oregon on behalf of his clients.
In a Facebook post, Arnold rails,
A marshal told me I could not be on the phone and ordered me to leave. I explained who I was, what I was doing, and why…
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