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Order: Judge Joe Brown was 'willfully, intentionally baiting the court'

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The District Attorney candidate is challenging the contempt of court charge and will appear in court April 4. The District Attorney candidate is challenging the contempt of court charge and will appear in court April 4.
SHELBY COUNTY, TN -

(WMC-TV) - Shelby County Juvenile Court released the court order detailing charges against former TV Judge Joe Brown Wednesday afternoon.

Monday, Brown and Shelby County Juvenile Court Magistrate Harold Horne had a heated exchange during a child support hearing, and Horne had Brown arrested and sentenced to five days in jail. Brown was later released from jail by a Circuit Court judge.

The order, signed by Horne and Juvenile Court Judge Curtis Person, says Brown was, "willfully and intentionally baiting the court." Also, the order says Brown intended to "embarrass, hinder and obstruct the administration of justice." Click here to read the court order.

The District Attorney candidate is challenging the contempt of court charge and will appear in court April 4. His filing says he was denied due process because specific contempt charges were not filed at the time of his arrest.

The District Attorney candidate is challenging the contempt of court charge and will appear in court April 4. You can read the challenge by clicking here.

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