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ARE THERE THINGS A JUROR IS NOT TOLD ABOUT DURING A TRIAL?


In a jury trial, there are certain things that jurors may not be told.


These include:


The defendant's criminal record: In most cases, jurors may not be told about the defendant's criminal record, as it may prejudice the jury against the defendant.


The defendant's insurance: Jurors may not be told about the defendant's insurance or the amount of the policy limits.


The judge's opinion or bias: The judge may not express their opinion or bias towards the case or the parties.


At Guenin Law we have significant experience in civil jury trials, if you or a loved one needs assistance, we may be able to help.

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