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Can a defendant be present during a prosecutors questioning

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Can a defendant be present during a prosecutor's questioning of the accuser? That is, the porsecutor will be going over evidence before the trial, can the defendant be present while they go over the evidence?
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No, the defendant doesn't get to a part of the trial preparation. The defendant is permitted to be a part of every event that takes place within the trial itself, and can't be sequestered for that, but trial preparation is not part of the trial.
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