The judge presiding over the murder trial of Caius Veiovis has decided to voir dire the jurors on the defendant's physical appearance (to see a picture of the defendant go here). Not surprisingly, there is some concern that the defendant's implanted horns, nose piercing, and 666 tattoo may turn off jurors and prevent them from being impartial. At present, it isn't clear whether the defense attorney plans to use a make-up artist to alter, at least partially, the defendant's appearance prior to trial. In the past, courts have approved and paid for make-up artists for certain criminal defendants who had inflammatory tattoos. I am not sure how much you can do with horns.