Charles M. Sevilla

“DEFENSE COUNSEL And then the defense? THE COURT It’s the Court’s practice to start with the prosecution, and I would ask the D.A. to voir-dire the jury ad seriatim. DEFENSE COUNSEL Would you run that by me again? THE COURT Ad seriatim. DEFENSE COUNSEL I’m sorry. All at once? One at a time? THE COURT That means one, two, three, four, five, six, seven, eight, nine, ten . . . DEFENSE COUNSEL One through twelve? THE COURT Yes, in that order, not bouncing around, ad seriatim. And that means, when he’s done, you can ask your questions ad seriatim. DEFENSE COUNSEL I’d prefer to ask them ad nauseam, if you don’t mind. What”


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