We weren’t at San Francisco’s Hall of Justice this week to witness the following pandemonium, but we wish we had been.

Eight men were arrested on suspicion of gang-related witness intimidation, according to various news reports, after San Francisco criminal defense lawyer Eric Safire directed them to stand up when a key witness for the prosecution was asked to identify the shooter in a murder case.

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