Judges may deny video replays in closing arguments, Md. high court says

Trial judges have broad discretion as to whether criminal-defense attorneys may replay trial testimony via video during closing arguments, Maryland’s top court ruled Thursday in upholding a Baltimore police officer’s conviction for shooting an unarmed man. In its decision, the Court of Appeals rejected Wesley Cagle’s argument through counsel that a judge’s refusal to permit video ...

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