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2.9-6 Restrictions on Deliberations

Revised to January 1, 2008

You must not discuss the case unless all members of the jury are present.

You will take the usual breaks and luncheon recess, but you must not discuss the case in twos or threes during those breaks.  You can deliberate only when all six of you are together in the jury deliberation room.  This is important.  We have had cases that had to be tried all over again because this rule was violated, so please be very careful not to discuss the case with your fellow jurors except when all of you are together deliberating.



 

 


 

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