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CPL 260.30. true/false? The jury must render a verdict.

CPL 260.30. true/false? The jury deliberates in the courtroom.

CPL 260.30. The people may or must deliver an opening address to the jury?

CPL 260.30. The people may or must offer evidence in support of the indictment?

CPL 260.30. The people and defendant may or must deliver a summation to the jury?

CPL 260.10. Generally, a defendant may waive a jury trial EXCEPT where charge is ______.

CPL 260.20. True/false? In a trial of an indictment, trial cannot proceed unless defendant is present.

CPL 260.20. True/false? If a defendant is disruptive in a courtroom, he may be removed and the trial shall continue.

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False. IF a defendant conducts himself in a disorderly and disruptive manner such that the trial cannot be carried on with him in a courtroom, he MAY be removed from the courtroom IF after he has been warned by the court that he will be removed if he continues such conduct, he then continues such conduct.

Murder in the first degree.

False. IF after he has been warned by the court that he will be removed if he continues such conduct, he then continues such conduct.

False. The jury must retire to deliberate to a place outside the courtroom AND, If possible render a verdict.

False. The jury must retire to deliberate to a place OUTSIDE the courtroom

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