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STANDARD JURY INSTRUCTIONS IN CIVIL CASES--AMENDMENTS. The Court authorized for publication and use amendments to standard jury instructions 403.17 (Burden of Proof on Main Claim); 408.2 (Summary of Claims or Contentions); 409.10 (Burden of Proof on Main Claim); 415.4 (Retaliation; Adverse Employment Action); 415.5 (Protected Activity); 415.10 (Issues on Plaintiff's Claim); 415.12 (Unlawful Retaliation Damages); and Model Verdict Form 4.
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CRIMINAL LAW--MURDER--DEATH PENALTY--POST CONVICTION RELIEF. The Court held that the post conviction court erroneously granted the defendant a new guilt phase in a murder trial, but properly granted a new penalty phase on the ground that defense counsel was ineffective for failure to adequately investigate and prepare for the penalty phase and failure to present mental health and social background mitigating evidence.
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