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Criminal Jury Instructions, 4th (Vols. 5-5A, Connecticut Practice Series)

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Format: Book - hardbound
Brand: Thomson West
Copyright: 2007-2021
Service #: 11615238
Sub #: 11615237
Pages: 1774
Publication Frequency: Updated annually
Update format: Cumulative supplement

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Criminal Jury Instructions, 4th (Vols. 5-5A, Connecticut Practice Series)



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Criminal Jury Instructions is an extensive practice manual originally authored by Hon. David M. Borden and Leonard Orland, and now updated by Hon. David P. Gold, providing detailed advice on effective communication with jurors in criminal trials, including actual instructions from a judge, in simple language, which serve as models to adapt. The title also offers author commentaries and up-to-date annotations. Section titles discuss:

  • The trial (including pretrial and midtrial instructions)
  • Function of court and jury
  • Evidence and witnesses
  • The deliberative process
  • Instructions on criminal culpability: Conspiracy, attempt, accessories
  • Defenses
  • Mens rea
  • Instructions for specific criminal offenses, including homicide, assault, sex offenses, and kidnapping
  • Burglary and related offenses
  • Theft offenses
  • Administration of justice offenses
  • Miscellaneous offenses


  • Allows fast, easy, and on-point research
  • Examines effective communication with criminal trial jurors
  • Offers author commentaries and up-to-date annotations
  • Includes adaptable instructions from a judge