McBain raised Larson’s sentence from 3 to 93 days in jail because he continued to talk back. He threatened to raise the sentence to 365.
When a courtroom officer asked Larson to put his hands behind his back, he refused and a scuffle broke out.
McBain immediately took off his robe and jumped down from the bench to help the officer. Together, they were able to restrain Larson, and the officer escorted him from the courtroom.
He told WLNS that he doesn't regret his decision.
"I would hope that almost any judge would say, ‘Hey, if your court officer is in trouble, I’m going to go down there and do what I can,'" McBain said.
Watch the video from MLive.com on YouTube.