You read the title correctly. Apparently Bill Bone in Florida believes that his adversary "wears shoes with holes in the soles when he is in trial." He believed that defense counsel did so "as a ruse to impress the jury and make them believe that [his adversary] is humble and simple without sophistication."
Relief sought? The Court was asked to require defense counsel without holes in the soles of his shoes at trial.
Thanks to Jeff Boyd for passing this on.