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Motions directed verdict p andor d directed differ as

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Unformatted text preview: the story (documents, witnesses) (documents, a. Motions a. Motions Directed Verdict (P and/or D) Directed differ as differ * Reasonable minds cannot Reasonable to conclusion Trial Trial 4. Closing Arguments 4. Each side summarizes case, trying to persuade jury to render verdict in its favor Trial Trial 5. Jury Instructions, Deliberations, Verdict 5. Jury Judge provides written instructions Judge to jury (explanation of applicable law and burden of proof) and * Key: Instructions must be supported by Key Instructions the evidence the Trial Trial Riley v. Willis Trial judge erred by: Trial (1) giving P’s instruction to jury (“obstruction” not supported not by evidence), and evidence), (2) refusing to give D’s instruction...
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