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Robert Durst hospitalized amid California murder trial, lawyer says

10 days ago   |   By New York Post

Robert Durst's murder trial, which has been ongoing since mid May, was adjourned because of his sudden medical episode behind bars, where he's being held pending the outcome of the trial.
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Robert Durst hospitalized, delaying his murder trial again

Robert Durst hospitalized, delaying his murder trial again

10 days ago   |   By My Sanantonio

LOS ANGELES - Robert Durst, the multimillionaire real estate heir on trial in the killing of his best friend, was hospitalized Thursday for an unspecified health issue, according to the judge in the long-delayed trial.
Los Angeles Superior Court Judge Mark E. Windham said in court that Durst was sent to a hospital in the jail system for “some incident this morning involving his health," the Los Angeles Times reported.
Windham said jail staff found the 78-year-old “down” and not in his wheelchair Thursday morning. The judge dismissed the jury and delayed the proceeding to Monday...
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Robert Durst hospitalized amid murder trial after falling out of chair for unknown reason: ‘He was down'

10 days ago   |   By NY Daily News

Robert Durst was hospitalized unexpectedly Thursday after falling out of his chair for unknown reasons while in jail custody amid his Los Angeles murder trial.
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