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Federal Jury Practice and Instructions

by Jay E. Grenig, William C. Lee, Kevin F. O'Malley

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KF8984 .D42a 2006(FPRA) SUPERSEDED/DISCONTINUED
  Farella | Apr 12, 2011 |
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Lee, William C.main authorall editionsconfirmed
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Civil ? Volume 3 o Part IV. Introduction to Instructions for Federal Civil Cases Chapter 100. Introduction o Part V. General Instructions for Federal Civil Cases 101. General Preliminary Instructions at Beginning of Civil Trial 102. Instructions During a Civil Trial 103. Instructions at Close of Evidence: Duties of Court And Jury 104. Instructions at Close of Evidence: Burden of Proof 105. Instructions at Close of Evidence: Credibility of Witnesses 106. Instructions at Close of Evidence: the Verdict 107. Instructions at Close of Evidence: Affirmative Defenses 108. Instructions at Close of Evidence: Agency and Other Vicarious Responsibility Instructions o Part VI. Instructions for Civil Diversity Cases 120. Claims For Injuries to Persons-Negligence 121. Claims For Injuries to Persons-Intentional Torts 122. Claims For Injuries to Persons-Products Liability 123. Fraud and Deceit 124. Libel 125. Invasion of Privacy 126. Contract Actions 127. Business Torts 128. Damages For Injury to Persons 129. Damages For Injury to Property and Business Interests These volumes provide a detailed reference on federal jury practice and instructions. They provide step-by-step guidance through every phase of a civil, or of a criminal federal trial by jury. Each volume provides concise answers to common questions, including exhaustive case authority on all of the issues that are covered. Each volume provides detailed FORMS, and citations to published works. This enables a thorough examination of specific issues relevant to your case. Each chapter offers the advice you need for effective instructions, and the comprehensive information that will be required to win your case. This volume features fast, easy, and informed advice; extensive presentation of federal jury practice and instructions; includes exhaustive case authority on all issues covered; provides citations, forms, and informed practice tips; step-by-step guidance through every phase of a federal trial.

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