Judge's Questions Were Acceptable at Trial, Panel Finds

, New York Law Journal

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A judge who peppered two experts with questions at a 2003 murder trial, making nearly as many inquiries as the defense, acted within his bounds and did not take on the appearance of an advocate, a unanimous Manhattan appeals court has ruled in denying a defendant a new trial.

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