Egypt's Morsi Defiant As Trial Begins, Adjourns04:53
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Egyptian President Mohammed Morsi is pictured July 13, 2012, at the presidential palace in Cairo, Egypt. (Maya Alleruzzo/AP)
Egyptian President Mohammed Morsi is pictured July 13, 2012, at the presidential palace in Cairo, Egypt. (Maya Alleruzzo/AP)

The trial of ousted Egyptian President Mohammed Morsi started and quickly adjourned this morning until Jan. 8.

Morsi refused to wear a prison uniform and rejected the court's authority to try him.

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  • Merrit Kennedy, freelance journalist and radio producer in Cairo who often contributes to NPR. She tweets @merritk.

This segment aired on November 4, 2013.

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