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Illinois v. Allen :: 397 U.S. 337 (1970) It basically means a defendant has a right to be present during a trial, as per Constitutional rights, unless the defendant is disruptive. Then, the person can be removed and the trial go on without the person there.

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Q: What procedure did the US Supreme Court suggest might be used against an unruly defendant during a trial proceeding and in what decision was the procedure suggested?
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