Find Pennsylvania Jury Instructions on Treatises On Fastcase

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The Pennsylvania Suggested Standard Civil and Criminal Jury Instructions are available on Treatises On Fastcase, a 24/7 member benefit for all Jenkins members.

Prepared by the Pennsylvania Supreme Court Committee for Proposed Standard Jury Instructions and published by the Pennsylvania Bar Institute, the Pennsylvania Suggested Standard Civil and Criminal Jury Instructions provide suggested language for creating instructions to the jury, as well as notes and commentary from the Civil and Criminal Jury Instructions Subcommittees.

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The jury instructions are found in the Secondary Material > Practice Aids box.

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