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Disruptive Defendant Could Not Testify (access required)

Although defendant claims the trial court erred “in refusing to allow” him to testify, the Court of Appeals says the trial court did not abuse its discretion in declining to reopen the proceedings to allow the disruptive defendant to testify. On the day of defendant’s trial, the court asked him if was ready to proceed. He ...

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