Members of the public that appear at a high-profile case as individuals may have a variety of motives for being there. It may be as simple as wanting to get a glimpse of a celebrity as they enter the courthouse. Or, the may be outraged over what they believe to be the conduct of one of the parties. However, in either case the public can be difficult to manage as they are not as apt to be obedient to instructions provided by security and may be willing to be arrested. Additionally, it will be difficult to predict how many members of the general public may appear on a given day and they may show up much earlier than expected. These issues should be discussed in the planning phases.