An online state court hearing had some unexpected visitors on Monday.

San Francisco Superior Court Judge Ethan Schulman reportedly had to boot several disruptive participants from his law and motions Zoom hearing with dozens of attorneys. One lawyer described an incident that he witnessed as sounding like someone simply forgot to mute during the videoconference, while another attorney said the participants blasted music with expletives and danced.

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