Among the interesting parts of the order is the information that suggests that Justice Prosser was not getting with some of his fellow justices long before he choked/grabbed/touched Justice Bradley. This resulted in Justice Bradley being contacted by a Deputy Director of State Courts who warned her of her concern that Justice Prosser might pose a physical danger. Justice Bradley writes,
Because the danger came from the inside and not the outside, the locked entry doors that limit public access to the area of the supreme court offices were not a sufficient protection. Both the Chief Justice and I were advised to take steps for personal security, including locking ourselves inside our personal offices when working alone at nights and on weekends.I can't speak for everyone but I would like having to lock myself in my office in order to be safe from my co-workers. Locking oneself in the office should be limited to naps.
Additionally, both of us were given as emergency contacts the personal cell, work cell, squad cell, and home phone numbers of Capitol Chief of Police Tubbs as well as the regular Capitol Police office numbers. The Chief Justice was advised to notify Capitol Police when she was coming to the office after hours to work and advised to notify them and, upon request, be accompanied when she left late at night. We were told that law enforcement would patrol the area with greater frequency.