Additional instructions


Additional instructions
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  • additional instructions — Instructions given to thejury by the court after they have retired to deliberate. The court may exercise a wide discretion in the matter of charging the jury, and may bring them in at any time and give them additional instructions, whether… …   Ballentine's law dictionary

  • additional instructions — If during the course of deliberations the jury is unclear about a particular point of law or aspect of the evidence it may request the court for additional or supplementary instructions. + additional instructions Charge by judge to jury beyond… …   Black's law dictionary

  • additional instructions — If during the course of deliberations the jury is unclear about a particular point of law or aspect of the evidence it may request the court for additional or supplementary instructions. + additional instructions Charge by judge to jury beyond… …   Black's law dictionary

  • instructions to jury — To final charges given by the court to the jury upon the submission of the case to the jury, explaining the law of the case and pointing out the essentials to be proved on the one side or the other, the purpose being to furnish guidance to the… …   Ballentine's law dictionary

  • further instructions — Additional instructions given to jury after they have once been instructed and have retired. Such may be requested by jury during course of deliberations when, for example, the jury is uncertain as to the applicable law …   Black's law dictionary

  • further instructions — Additional instructions given to jury after they have once been instructed and have retired. Such may be requested by jury during course of deliberations when, for example, the jury is uncertain as to the applicable law …   Black's law dictionary

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