The judge decided on Sunday not to broadcast the trial live for security reasons.
After a six week trial run, Fox has chosen not to continue forward with the daytime talk show.
But it is another thing to watch his own advisers float a trial balloon that he might finally change his story.
At the Eichmann trial, concentration camp survivors supplied heartrending testimony.
A few days later, Rudolf Höss was handed to the Polish authorities to face his own trial.
The jury was already selected and the trial was at once taken up.
This is the hope that beckons us onward in this century of trial.
Mistress, said the slave, it will be difficult to do so during the trial.
It is true that he hath not come to trial, but the trial hath come to him.
The trial lasted from nine in the morning till seven at night.
mid-15c., "act or process of testing," from Anglo-French trial, noun formed from triet "to try" (see try). Sense of "examining and deciding a case in a court of law" is first recorded 1570s; extended to any ordeal by 1590s. As an adjectival phrase, trial-and-error is recorded from 1806. Trial balloon (1939) is congnate of French ballon d'essai.