Former NYC police commissioner Bernard Kerik spent the night in jail, after a judge in his federal corruption trial revoked his bail. Federal District Judge Stephen C. Robinson was unsparing in his criticism of Kerik's behavior, calling him a "toxic combination of self-minded focus and arrogance... And I fear that combination leads him to believe his ends justify his means. He sees the court’s rulings as an inconvenience, something to be ignored, and an obstacle to be circumvented."

Robinson was pissed off because Kerik allegedly leaked sealed information from his trial to another lawyer, Anthony Modafferi. While Modafferi is giving him legal advice, he's not officially part of Kerik's legal team and, therefore, isn't privy to sealed information. Modafferi apparently sent some of the sealed information to the Washington Times, which ultimately didn't publish it.

Prosecutors even complained that Kerik was using his Twitter account to "refer supporters" to a site associated with his defense fund. The Daily News has a timeline of Kerik's rise to power and fall from grace. Kerik's lawyers plan to appeal.