In obtaining the names of key witnesses.
In suppressing unfavorable testimony.
In establishing an alibi.
In the preparation of his or her case and would aid in obtaining a fair trial.
Trial judge's discretion
None of the above
Appellate court decisions
Appellate court decision and/or legislative actions
Be a witness against himself or herself
Reveal the weakness in the defense case
Subject the witnesses to harassment
Reveal an alibi defense
Censure the police officers
Admit the evidence
Suppress the evidence
Determine the legality of the search
Needs of the prosecution
Needs of the defense
Needs of the jury
The discretion of the trial judge
Demands a swift trial
Requests that the trial court dismiss the action
Requests that the trial court censure the defense for misconduct
Request that the trial court immediately issue a ruling on the motion
On a request of the defendant
On a request of the prosecutor
As needed to effectuate the ends of justice
On request of the trial judge
Joinder of offenses
Joinder of defendants
Severance of offenses
The proceeding is stopped until the issue of competency is determined.
A plea of not guilty by reason of insanity is entered.
The defendant must be placed in a mental hospital.
The trial proceeds with the defense having the assistance of a psychiatrist.