His case has now been transferred to another judge, and he was taken for medical care before his case could be called in the courtroom.
As previously reported, Knight has pleaded not guilty to murder, attempted murder and hit-and-run charges after he struck two men with his truck, killing one, on January 29.
Attorney David Kenner, who has represented Knight since the case was filed, told Coen that his client has been jailed too long and a hearing to set bail should be convened as soon as possible.
The judge has ordered another hearing for March 9.
This is Knight’s third hospital visit, since he was charged with murder in early February.
Paramedics were summoned to look at Knight before the hearing, and deputies placed a trash can in front of him after he began his tirade about his health and lawyers.
Knight faces up to life in prison if convicted of killing Terry Carter, 55, during a confrontation at a Compton burger stand in late January. Kenner has said Knight was ambushed, but that assertion hasn’t been made in court yet. [Associated Press]