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Nevada Jury Instructions

WITNESS CONVICTED OF A FELONY

The fact that a witness has been convicted of a felony may be considered by you only for the purpose of determining the credibility of that witness. The fact of such a conviction does not necessarily destroy or impair the witness’s credibility. It is one of the circumstances that you may take into consideration in weighing the testimony of such a witness.

NEV. J.I. 2.09

BAJI 2.24

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