In Ca. Courts, Less Jargon Helps Jurors

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Hoping to make jury instructions in criminal cases more user-friendly, the Judicial Council of California is rewriting them to replace legal jargon with common, recognizable phrases, reports the Los Angeles Times. The council, the policymaking arm of the California courts, approved new “plain language” instructions for civil cases last year. Those for criminal matters are
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