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  • mardermj mardermj Mar 17, 2006 6:44 PM Flag

    The Trial

    Of course, on appeal, the appellate court will look closely at the evidence, and whether the evidence presented supports the findings of the jury
    The appellate court may look at a lot of things, but whether the evidence was sufficient for the jury to make a finding is absurd--appellate courts do not hold themselves as having the "right" answers to this evidenciary test.

    There are a zillion reasons to appeal anything, second guessing the jury's evaluation based on the court's instruction isn't one of them.

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