HB 363, 57th R.S. history

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HB 363, 57th R.S.
Relating to abolishing the requirement of unanimous concurrence of the jurors in civil actions and to restore the constitutional provision permitting ten (10) members of a jury, concurring, in civil causes to render a verdict; requiring verdicts in all criminal cases by unanimous concurrence of all jurors.

Author: Charles Ervin Hughes

Courts--Civil Procedure

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