The United States Supreme Court announced that the Federal Constitution does not compel every trial judge to allow the defendant to consult with his attorney during the course of a brief recess called during the defendant's testimony.
Perry v. Leeke, 109 S.Ct. 594 (1989).
Constitutional Right to Assistance of Counsel - Defendant's Ability to Consult Counsel during a Brief Recess between Direct and Cross-Examination,
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