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What happens to a trial if the presiding judge is unable to finish the trial?

canada Criminal trials Under s. 669.2 of the Criminal Code, where a judge dies or is for any reason unable to continue, the proceedings may be continued before another judge. If it was a judge-alone ...
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What happens to a trial if the presiding judge is unable to finish the trial?

Under Criminal Rule 25, a new judge will be appointed to hear the case. That judge can either familiarize himself with the record and resume the trial, or he can order a new trial.
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What happens if Trump decides not to attend his New York trial?

In addition to the options set forth in the correct answer of DaleM (and the correct comment to that answer by Trish), the Court can issue a warrant for his arrest and stop the trial in the meantime ...
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What happens if Trump decides not to attend his New York trial?

Yes, but … If he waives his right, and the prosecution doesn’t object, the court may allow him not to be there. If he’s too disruptive, he can be barred by the court. I would expect that if Trump ...
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