A Judge SLEEPING through evidence not cause for new trial, Illinois appeals court says

CHICAGO — If a judge falls asleep during a murder trial, should the defendant automatically get a new trial? A divided Illinois Appellate Court panel recently said no; so long as the judge was not dozing through crucial evidence or motions, an inadvertent nap is harmless. “We find that a judge falling asleep during a trial…


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