He's pretty mad it seems. I don't blame him.
Just like the state's witnesses. West takes the allegations in the state's motion, explains why the state's motion should not have been filed, how the facts differ from the state's representations, but in conclusion, agrees with the state, let's have a hearing - the state screwed up, and judge, you should hear about it, and if you think proper, you should do something about it.
I did not expect the turnaround at the end. I expected "state's request has no merit, drop it."