Sunday, May 27, 2012
You are watching a trial in New York and all of a sudden notice the judge interrupt the attorney who is questioning the witness. The judge then turns to the witness and begins to ask the witness questions. Can the judge do that?
More importantly, what happens if the attorney objects? Who rules whether or not the judge's questions are appropriate?
Why would a judge interrupt an attorney and ask the witness his own questions?
Does the judge have the ability to take over the questioning of a witness during the course of a trial in New York?
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