F re direct re cross examination g jury instructions

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F. Re-direct / re-cross examination G. Jury instructions H. Closing arguments I. Verdict 4
VII. Post-Trial Motions A. Motion for new trial 1. any irregularity in the proceedings by which any party was prevented from having a fair trial 2. misconduct of the jury 3. accident or surprise, which ordinary prudence could not have guarded against 4. newly discovered evidence, material for the party making the application which that party could not, with reasonable diligence, have discovered and produced at the trial 5. excessive or inadequate damages, OR 6. error in law B. Motion for judgment notwithstanding the verdict (Judgment N.O.V.) VIII. Appeals A. Appeals court accepts facts as determined by the trial court B. Only determines matters of law 1. jury instructions / application of law/ procedural errors 2. admission or exclusion of evidence IX. Enforcement of Judgments A. Garnishments 1. wage 2. bank 3. debtor of the judgment debtor B. Writs of execution 1. non-exempt personal property 2. non-exempt real property a. Colorado homestead exemption i. $75,000 if the homestead is occupied as a home by an owner or an owner's family ii. $105,000 if the homestead is occupied as a home by an elderly or disabled owner, an elderly or disabled spouse of an owner, or an elderly or disabled dependent of an owner. 5

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