Judge David LaFrancois has ruled that Gill will remain behind bars for 10 days at the Rockingham County House of Corrections.

Mar 29, 2016 2:37 PM

Judge orders Manchester business Michael Gill to stay behind bars after courtroom outburst

NH1.com

A New Hampshire businessman was jailed last week after mouthing off to a judge and being held in contempt of court.

Judge David LaFrancois has ruled that Gill will remain behind bars for 10 days at the Rockingham County House of Corrections.

In a one page decision, the judge stated that Gill was given “several warnings not to interrupt the court and not to speak out of turn” before being found guilty of criminal contempt.

“Mr. Gill’s repeated interruptions and speaking out of turn after several warnings not to do so prevented the court from conducting the hearing in an orderly manner,” said LaFrancois.

Gill is expected to be released on April 1.

--  Dealing with the Disease of Addiction? Click here for help --

--

»Comments

Must Read on NH1.com

Concord, NH
Broken Clouds 35°
1am 34°
2am 32°
3am 31°
4am 28°

 

N.H. DollarSaver

 

 

NH1 on Facebook

Download NH1 App

NH1 on Twitter

Check out NH1 News Rail Polls on LockerDome on LockerDome