Nevada Jury Instruction: Duty Of Judge And Jury

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Nevada Jury Instructions

LADIES AND GENTLEMEN OF THE JURY:

It is my duty as Judge to instruct you in the law that applies to this case. It is your duty as jurors to follow these instructions and to apply the rules of law to the facts as you find them from the evidence.

You must not be concerned with the wisdom of any rule of law stated in these instructions. Regardless of any opinion you may have as to what the law ought to be, it would be a violation of your oath to base a verdict upon any other view of the law than that given in the instructions of the court.

NEV. J.I. 1.0

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