The 67th Primetime Emmy Awards was a star-studded event and the perfect platform for comedian Tracy Morgan to make his official return to the spotlight after his horrific accident, where he was struck by a Walmart truck and left in a coma for 8 days. Morgan showed up at the Emmys with his wife and daughter, who all shined as a family on the red carpet, along with Morgan's bare belly, which in true comedic fashion, he flashed for the cameras, showing the scars from the car crash. Someone who is not laughing at the matter is the lawyer representing the Walmart truck driver who believes his client's "constitutional rights have been discarded in favor of a punchline."

Welcomed back to the stage in his first appearance in over one year was Tracy Morgan who walked on to the Emmys' stage and was greeted by a standing ovation, in love and support of what the 46-year-old had endured after the car crash. His presence at the show was the big surprise of the evening and allowed Morgan to personally thank everyone who has supported him over these past 15 months.

Morgan's Emmy video clip was posted by Hollywood Life where he stated, "I suffered a traumatic brain injury that put me in a coma for 8 days," he explained. He proceeded with his recollection of the tragic events and prompted the audience to do what he's known to make them do often - laugh. "When I finally regained consciousness, I was just ecstatic to learn that I wasn't the one who messed up," the newly married comedian said jokingly.

However, the man on the other end of that traumatic accident, Kevin Roper, was driving the Walmart Truck that night that crashed into Morgan's vehicle. His attorney, David Jay Glassman, Esq. is absolutely not laughing at Morgan's jokes. The Wrap reported that Glassman released a statement about his client's constitutional rights because of the former Saturday Night Live comedian's attempt to be funny.

"Clearly the last thing on the mind of the Middlesex County prosecutor and the New Jersey Federal District Court Judge that permitted Morgan's civil case to proceed, was Mr. Ropers constitutional rights, including the right to have his guilt or innocence decided in a courtroom as opposed to an awards show."

The attorney goes on to mention how the monetary value that Morgan received in the lawsuit has been made public and his overall recovery is well underway. However, he can't say the same for his client who is still awaiting his indictment.

Yahoo reported a portion of the attorney's statement where he says, "unfortunately, the same cannot be said about my client, who awaits indictment, while his constitutional rights have been discarded in favor of a punchline."

Morgan's on stage humor was proceeded by a little red carpet humor, where he flashed his belly, revealing the scars he obtained from the accident. Daily Mail posted the clip of Morgan stepping on to the red carpet, as he was greeted with cheers from photographers and onlookers, and lifted up his shirt to pose for the cameras.

From the very beginning of the case, "Roper has claimed that he won't get a 'fair trial' or 'impartial jury' because of the 'extensive national media coverage' surrounding the incident." Clearly, he and his lawyer continue to feel this way.

Meanwhile, Morgan is just happy to be back.