At a courtroom
Judge: Now, you have destroyed the evidence.
Man: What evidence?
Judge: That brick, exhibit 'A'. You're accused of having thrown that brick through the store window. That brick was part of the evidence.
Man: Oh, and I destroyed it.
Judge: Yes. I've never seen anything like it. Don't you know right from wrong?
Man: Oh, I'm truly sorry, Your Honor.
Judge: Silence in court. You really don't know right from wrong, do you?
Man: Oh, I'm truly sorry, Your honor.
Judge: Enough! The damage has been done. I'll have you off for contempt of court.
What does "I'll have you off for contempt of court" mean?