Rule 5.738 Conditions at Hearings

(A) Hearings at Hospitals. When hearings are not held in the courtroom where the court ordinarily sits, the court shall ensure a quiet and dignified setting that permits an undisturbed proceeding and inspires the participants' confidence in the integrity of the judicial process.

(B) Clothing. The individual may attend a hearing in personal clothing.

(C) Restraints at Hearing. At a court hearing, the individual may not be handcuffed or otherwise restrained, except

(1) on the prior approval of the court, based on the individual's immediate past conduct indicating the individual is reasonably likely to try to escape or to inflict physical harm on himself or herself or others; or

(2) after an incident occurring during transportation in which the individual has attempted to escape or inflict physical harm on himself or herself or others.