Judge Amy Berman Jackson imposes gag order on Roger Stone, can no longer speak publicly about the investigation or case

“No, Mr. Stone, I’m not giving you another chance,” Judge Amy Berman Jackson said. "I have serious doubt whether you learned any lesson at all."

Longtime Donald Trump ally and right-wing political operative Roger Stone was ordered to appear with his lawyers in the courtroom of Judge Amy Berman Jackson today, to show cause as to why Stone shouldn't lose his liberty (or at least be gagged) over his ill-advised Instagram threat post.

Judge Jackson ordered that Roger Stone is prohibited from making any public statements about his case, the investigation, or any participants in the investigation. "Period."

He will be allowed to solicit funds for his legal defense, and say he's innocent of the charges, but that's all.

Judge ABJ makes it clear that this is his second chance. "This is not baseball. There will not be a third chance," she says.

If Stone violates this gag order, the judge says she will revoke his bond and detain him pending trial.

Below: Tweets from the courtroom today, as Roger Stone testified.