Maine Jury Instruction Manual
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The sample jury instructions will help legal professionals to avoid costly errors and to prepare for trial more quickly. The instructions lend themselves to ready customization to the facts of the case and expedite preparation for court. The vast array of forms in Maine Jury Instructions will save hours of expensive and frustrating research and replication.
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Table of contents
Chapter 1 Convening the Jury Panel
Chapter 2 Jury Selection
Chapter 3 New Approaches in Jury Communication
Chapter 4 Communication and Instruction during Trial
Chapter 5 Jury Instructions: After the Evidence
Chapter 6 Representative Criminal Instructions
Chapter 7 Representative Civil Instructions
Chapter 8 Instructions While Deliberations Are in Progress
Chapter 9 Return of the Verdict
Table of Statutes
Table of Rules
Subject Matter Index