The defendants in New York’s multidefendant opioid trial moved for a mistrial over the weekend, arguing that a new trial is needed after John Oleske, senior enforcement counsel to the New York state attorney general, presented incorrect numbers during his closing argument Thursday.

Morgan Lewis & Bockius partner Harvey Bartle IV, who represents Teva Pharmaceuticals and affiliated companies, described the incident as an “egregious and irreparable violation” of his clients’ right to a fair trial in a letter to Suffolk County Supreme Court Justice Jerry Garguilo.