One of the most burdensome, time-consuming and vexing aspects of a jury trial is the preparation of jury instructions. Several matters in the area of instructions are particularly troublesome in Washington, and the purpose of this article is to analyze some of them, point out certain pitfalls, and make certain suggestions, with emphasis on simplification and standardization.
Lloyd L. Wiehl,
Instructing a Jury in Washington,
36 Wash. L. Rev. & St. B.J.
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