As Alec Baldwin's court trial with his alleged stalker, Genevieve Sabourin, continues, ET examines the latest in the case and consults an L.A. prosecutor for analysis.
"The system is crushing me like it would crush any middle-class people," said Sabourin, who is in court for allegedly harassing and annoying Baldwin.
Her passionate outburst in the courtroom landed her in contempt of court, which Los Angeles prosecutor Rhonda Saunders says will hurt the defense's chances of winning the case.
"The jurors, generally, are turned off [by outbursts]. They are not impressed. They are not persuaded," said Saunders, who has represented celebrities in stalking cases.
Watch the video to see what Saunders has to say about stalkers' habits.