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Jury ChairsPart 1: Preliminary and Trial Instructions

1.1 BEFORE THE START OF EVIDENCE
1.1-1 Obligation of Juror's Oath
1.1-2 Description of the Order of the Trial
1.1-3 No Deliberations until Completion of Evidence and Charge
1.1-4 Note-Taking
1.1-5 Questions by Jurors
1.1-6 Limitation on Contact with Jurors
1.1-7 Schedule of the Trial
1.1-8 Communications with the Court
1.1-9 Deaf or Hearing Impaired Jurors: Interpreter
1.1-10 Replacement of Regular Juror with Alternate Juror

1.1-11 Use of an Interpreter at Trial 
1.1-12 Self-Representation

1.2 DURING EVIDENCE
1.2-1 Instructions Before Recesses
1.2-2 Instructions Before Adjournment for the Day
1.2-3 Effect of Side Bars/Argument Without Jury
1.2-4 Exhibits Marked for Identification Only
1.2-5 Stricken Evidence
1.2-6 Evidence Admitted for Limited Purpose
1.2-7 Ruling on Objections
1.2-8 Prerecorded Testimony
1.2-9 Jury View

  

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