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Supreme Judicial Court Rules Supreme Judicial Court Rule 2:08: Jury issues

Effective Date: 01/01/1981

(Applicable to criminal cases)

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Rule 2:08

Whenever it is necessary or proper to have any fact tried and determined by a jury, the court will direct an issue for that purpose, to be framed by the parties, containing a distinct affirmation and denial of the points in question, or in such form as the court shall order; and the issue thus framed and joined shall be submitted to a jury together with such part of the answers, depositions, and other proceedings in the cause as the court shall direct.

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