Monthly Archives: January 2011

CAUTIONARY JURY INSTRUCTIONS DURING TRIAL (11-02)

You’re In The Middle Of Trial And Something Occurs (Usually An Evidentiary Issue) That Requires A Cautionary Instruction Be Given To The Jury. To Help Minimize The Potential For Delay, This Update Includes A List Of 15 Common (JIG and NON-JIG) Cautionary Instructions Designed For Easy Access During Trial.

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MOTION FOR JUDGEMENT OF ACQUITTAL – 10 BASIC FACTS (11-01)

MOTIONS FOR JUDGMENT OF ACQUITTAL ARE MADE IN ALMOST ALL CRIMINAL CASES. IT IS IMPORTANT FOR NEW JUDGES TO UNDERSTAND THE DYNAMICS AND STANDARDS TO APPLY IN RULING ON SUCH A MOTION.

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