The trial judge overseeing the ongoing pelvic-mesh trial in Philadelphia had harsh words for a defense attorney during a sanctions hearing, after the attorney was accused of asking a key witness “poisoning” questions in an alleged attempt to sway the ­witness’ testimony.

The defense attorney’s conduct eventually led the judge to issue a sanctions order Tuesday barring the defense from introducing any portions of its videotaped cross-examination of the witness.

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