"The nature of the offenses indicate a reckless, wanton, violent and dangerous outburst by the defendant that lasted for hours despite law enforcement presence," Giggenbach wrote in his motion.
"The defendant is an attorney with possible means of fleeing the jurisdiction. No requirement was made for the defendant to give up his passport."
He also said Bramble should not be permitted to self-report to a mental hygiene hearing.
Giggenbach said Bramble could have injured or killed many people that day. He noted that Bramble pointed a rifle at his wife prior to her escape from their home.
His wife, Lori Bramble, made the initial call to 911 that day and said her husband was hallucinating and firing shots inside the residence.
Bramble was an Assistant Attorney General but turned in his resignation a few days before that incident.
He has been charged with attempted murder and felony wanton endangerment.
Giggenbach said Bramble fired shots from a long-range Winchester 30-30, a Colt AR-15 .223 caliber assault rifle and a Universal M1 .30 carbine rifle. Two empty 20-round magazines for the assault rifle were found at the scene along with an unloaded 12-gauge Winchester shotgun and a loaded 9mm Glock with 15 rounds in the magazine.Contact writer Cheryl Caswell at cher...@dailymail.com or 304-348-4832