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As defined in the [[Criminal Procedure Law]], "a jury trial trial commences with the selection of the jury and includes all further proceedings through the rendition of a [[verdict]].  A non-jury trial commences with the first opening address, if there be any, and, if not, when the first witness is sworn, and includes all further proceedings through the rendition of a verdict."<ref>Criminal Procedure Law &sect; 1.20 (11).</ref>
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As defined in the [[Criminal Procedure Law]], "a jury '''trial''' commences with the selection of the jury and includes all further proceedings through the rendition of a [[verdict]].  A non-jury trial commences with the first opening address, if there be any, and, if not, when the first witness is sworn, and includes all further proceedings through the rendition of a verdict."<ref>Criminal Procedure Law &sect; 1.20 (11).</ref>
  
 
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Latest revision as of 16:04, 29 May 2021

As defined in the Criminal Procedure Law, "a jury trial commences with the selection of the jury and includes all further proceedings through the rendition of a verdict. A non-jury trial commences with the first opening address, if there be any, and, if not, when the first witness is sworn, and includes all further proceedings through the rendition of a verdict."[1]

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  1. Criminal Procedure Law § 1.20 (11).