(1) The prosecution is entitled to address the jury for the purpose of summing up the evidence—
(a) after the close of all evidence; and
(b) before the closing address of the accused, if any, under section 235.
(2) Subject to section 236, the prosecution is not entitled to any further or other right to address the jury following the close of evidence.
(3) The trial judge may limit the length of the closing address of the prosecution.