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August 17, 2004

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Carolyn Elefant

You are lucky that Illinois Jury Instructions are online. In many jurisdictions, they are not and frequently require a library visit. That is unfortunate, since erroneous jury instructions offer fertile ground for successful appeals. Consequently, making sure jury instructions are correct from the outset - and propertly preserving objection to erroneous instructions - is a critical part of the trial process so courts should make sure that jury instructions are readily accessible.

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