binding jury instruction

binding jury instruction
One in which jury is told that if they find certain conditions to be true, they should find for plaintiff or defendant, as case might be. Scott-Burr Stores Corporation v. Foster, 197 Ark. 232, 122 S.W.2d 165, 169.

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