A man has been jailed for 14 years after jumping out of the dock to attack a judge when he was found guilty of burglary.
Lewis Grindle caused panic at Hull Crown Court where earlier in the trial he had thrown a pencil at the judge.
However, he missed, hitting prosecutor David Baines’ gown instead.
Describing events, Judge Jeremy Richardson said: ‘Several jurors were visibly shaken and three women jurors were crying. The fear of some of them was palpable.
‘One of the jurors was so… Read the full story