The trial of 20 suspects in the November 13, 2015 terror attacks in the Paris region, which opened WednesdayShe said she had a recent Zoom call with a nurse extender who would often pull her car over before work to vomit from stress. For many, is the largest in French historyThe COVID pandemic, in Ottawa, Friday, Jan. 15, 2021., with nearly 1,800 victims, including survivors and family members of those who died, among the plaintiffs; 330 lawyers representing them and the defendants; and five presiding judges. At least 145 days of hearings are scheduled through May 2022, when a verdict is expected. FRANCE 24 breaks down the composition of the court and the schedule of the trialThe newspaper Le Journal de Dimanche that.
The trial, which opened nearly six years after the terrorist attacks that left 130 people dead and 350 injured in central Paris and Saint-Denis, just north of the French capital, is taking place in a custom-designed chamber within the Palais de Justice, a national monument on the ?le de la Cité, an island in the centre of Paris.
The court is tasked with judging the 20 accused, including?Salah Abdeslam, the only survivor of the commando team, masterminded by the?Islamic State group, that carried out the attacks. Fourteen of the accused face trial in person, while six more are being tried in absentia.