Louisiana Jury Instructions -- Civil and Criminal
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Louisiana Jury Instructions -- Civil and Criminal is an essential resource for any attorney practicing before the Louisiana courts. This publication assists attorneys and judges in creating appropriate instructions to juries in Louisiana in both criminal and civil jury trials. The author, Richard K. Leefe, is a founding partner of the Leefe | Gibbs firm in Metairie, Louisiana. He is a former President of the Louisiana State Bar Association and has practiced law for nearly 50 years.
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Table of contents
CHAPTER 1 CIVIL JURY INSTRUCTIONS
I. In General
VI. Intentional Torts
VII. Negligence in General
VIII. Motorist Duties and Liabilities
IX. Medical, Legal and Accounting Malpractice
X. Employer and Employee
XI. Products Liability
XII. Premises Liability
XIII. Ultrahazardous Activities
XV. Damages in Tort
XVIII. Special Instructions:
XIX. Maritime-Admiralty Matters
CHAPTER 2 CRIMINAL JURY INSTRUCTIONS
XX. General Principles
XXII. Complicity and Inchoate Offenses
XXIII. Defenses to a Criminal Charge
XXVI. Assault & Battery and Related Offenses
XXIX. Controlled Dangerous Substances (CDS)
XXX. Criminal Damage to Property
XXXI. Cruelty to Juveniles and People with Infirmities
XXXVII. Inciting to Riot
XXXVIII. Intellectual Property
XL. Obstruction of Justice; Perjury
XLII. Public Officials—Malfeasance; Abuse of Office
XLIII. Rape and Other Sexual Offenses
XLIV. Robbery, Theft and Related Offenses
XLV. Weapons and Firearms Offenses
XLVI. Other Crimes