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March 2024 Update
Chapter 62. Post-Trial Motion for New Trial or Judgment Notwithstanding Verdict
Peter M. Dapier, J.D.
IV. Motion for Posttrial Relief
A. In General
§ 62:73. Form: Affidavit of plaintiff's attorney in support of motion to set aside verdict and for new trial—Slip and fall personal injury action—Jury's verdict inconsistent as matter of law, contrary to weight of evidence, and should be set aside in interests of justice
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