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758(2) Notwithstanding subsection (1), the court may (a) cause the offender to be removed and to be kept out of court, where he misconducts himself by interrupting the proceedings so that to continue the proceedings in his presence would not be feasible; or (b) permit the offender to be out of court during the whole or any part of the hearing on such conditions as the court considers proper.

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