Baez argued that the prosecution was presenting new opinions in their rebuttal case that have not been previously disclosed in reports submitted to the defense.
"They can't decide to ambush the defense after the defense has rested their case with new opinions," Baez told the judge.
A frustrated Judge Perry allowed Baez to take depositions of the witnesses.
"We'll be in recess subject to call...remember you all can take as much time as you want, but you got jurors back there and they have been sequestered and there are real problems and there are imaginary problems and I hope this is a real problem and not an imaginary problem," Perry said.
This is not the first time that Perry has reprimanded the attorneys. Earlier in the trial, he accused both Baez and prosecutor Jeff Ashton of engaging in "gamesmanship."
Perry has also previously threatened Baez with contempt of court.