New Hampshire Civil Jury Instructions
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New Hampshire Civil Jury Instructions provides comprehensive civil jury instruction coverage, pursuant to the recommendations by the Superior Court Civil Jury Instructions Committee, as well as non-standard instructions adapted from instructions in use in other jurisdictions. New and revised instructions apply to such areas of law as juror voir dire, negligence and causation, comparative fault, collateral sources, informed consent in medical malpractice actions, and much more. Additional coverage includes comments of the Committee on Pattern Jury Instructions, Use Notes and Sources information. The subject matter index, table of cases, table of statutes, and table of sources are updated to reflect expanded and revised civil jury instruction coverage. Jury Instructions are used by:
• Courts to instruct juries
• Attorneys to propose to the courts
• Attorneys as a roadmap to prove causes of action (plaintiff) or defend against lawsuits (defendant)
The sample jury instructions will help legal professionals to avoid costly errors and to prepare for trial more quickly. The instructions authored by the courts, as well as the non-standard instructions, lend themselves to ready customization to the facts of the case and expedite preparation for court. The vast array of forms in New Hampshire Civil Jury Instructions will save hours of expensive and frustrating research and replication.
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Table of contents
Chapter 1 Statement of Issues To Be Determined
Chapter 2 Functions of the Court and Jury
Chapter 3 Cautionary Instructions
Chapter 4 Evaluation of Evidence
Chapter 5 Burden of Proof
Chapter 6 Negligence
Chapter 7 Causation
Chapter 8 Comparative Fault
Chapter 9 Damages for Tortious Acts
Chapter 10 Motor Vehicle Cases
Chapter 11 Premises Liability
Chapter 12 Liquor Liability
Chapter 13 Professional Liability
Chapter 14 Vicarious Liability
Chapter 15 Indemnity
Chapter 16 Death Actions
Chapter 17 Injuries by Animals
Chapter 18 Trespass
Chapter 19 False Imprisonment
Chapter 20 Assault and Battery
Chapter 21 Malicious Prosecution
Chapter 22 Misrepresentation
Chapter 23 Products Liability
Chapter 24 Defamation
Chapter 25 Municipalities
Chapter 26 Civil Rights Violations
Chapter 27 Wrongful Discharge
Chapter 28 Nuisance
Chapter 29 Bailments
Chapter 30 Attorney and Client
Chapter 31 Real Estate Brokers
Chapter 32 Contracts
Chapter 33 Insurance
Chapter 34 Will Contests
Chapter 35 Eminent Domain
Chapter 36 Corporations
Chapter 37 Conversion
Chapter 38 Interference with Economic Relations Instructions
Table of Cases
Table of Statutes
Table of Sources