Brandon L. VanWinkle, 37, is going to prison for two years and two months for the December assault of another defendant inside a Benton County Superior Court courtroom. His defense attorney, Karla Kane Hudson, stands with him.
Brandon L. VanWinkle, 37, is going to prison for two years and two months for the December assault of another defendant inside a Benton County Superior Court courtroom. His defense attorney, Karla Kane Hudson, stands with him. Bob Brawdy Tri-City Herald file
Brandon L. VanWinkle, 37, is going to prison for two years and two months for the December assault of another defendant inside a Benton County Superior Court courtroom. His defense attorney, Karla Kane Hudson, stands with him. Bob Brawdy Tri-City Herald file

Judge sends Benton County inmate to prison for courtroom assault

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