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Ghislaine Maxwell Trial Cut Short After Lawyer Becomes Ill


The jury in the Ghislaine Maxwell trial was sent home early Thursday morning after one of the lawyers became ill.

At around 10:30am, Judge Alison Nathan claimed that she had been informed that a lawyer “needs to get care” due to becoming ill.

The attorney was not identified.

Nathan informed the jury that the illness was not related to COVID-19:

“We have no reason to believe it is COVID-related.”

The trial had been moving along at a steady pace, and prosecuters were expected to rest their case this week.



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