Rule 33. Regulation of conduct in the courtroom.
(a) All pleadings, written motions and other papers must be free from burdensome, irrelevant, immaterial, scandalous, or uncivil matters. All attorneys must likewise govern their conduct. Pleadings, written motions and other papers and attorney conduct which are not in compliance may be disregarded or stricken, in whole or in part, and the court may impose sanctions against the offending person.
(b) The court may make appropriate orders regulating the conduct of officers, parties, spectators and witnesses prior to and during the conduct of any proceeding.