Nevada Jury Instruction: Use Of Instructions

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Nevada Jury Instructions

USE OF INSTRUCTIONS

If, in these instructions, any rule, direction or idea is repeated or stated in different ways, no emphasis thereon is intended by me and none may be inferred by you. For that reason, you are not to single out any certain sentence or any individual point or instruction and ignore the others, but you are to consider all the instructions as a whole and regard each in the light of all the others.

The order in which the instructions are given has no significance as to their relative importance.

NEV. J.I. 1.01

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