'This case examines whether a criminal defendant has a constitutional right to be present when a trial court questions a sitting juror and dismisses that juror for cause, or whether that right may be waived by counsel without the trial court conducting a personal colloquy with the defendant.'
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Monday, March 18, 2013
'State v. Alexander' Wisconsin Supreme Court argument - audio/video
Court audio and Wisconsin Eye video of the March 14, 2013 oral argument in State v. Alexander 2011AP394-CR.