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Jury box and benchPart 1: Preliminary and Trial Instructions

INTRODUCTION

1.1 TO THE VOIR DIRE PANEL
1.1-1 Introducing the Case to the Panel
1.1-2 Role of the Jury
1.1-3 Constitutional Principles
1.1-4 The Voir Dire Process
1.1-5 Juror's Duties and Responsibilities
1.1-6 Supplemental Instruction for Selected Jurors and Alternates

1.2 BEFORE EVIDENCE
1.2-1 Introduction
1.2-2 Nature of the Charges
1.2-3 Constitutional Principles
1.2-4 Outline of the Trial
1.2-5 Function of the Court and Jury
1.2-6 Evidence
1.2-7 Credibility of Witnesses
1.2-8 Police Testimony
1.2-9 Objections
1.2-10 Your Conduct as Jurors
1.2-11 Note-Taking
1.2-12 Daily Schedule
1.2-13 Use of Interpreters - In General
1.2-14 Accepting translation as the evidence
1.2-15 When defendant has an interpreter

     

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