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Chapter 202. Verdict and Postverdict Proceedings
Gary Hughes, J.D.; Janet Elaine Curry, J.D.; and Yvette Wiltshire, J.D.
II. Proceedings from Verdict to Sentence
B. Motion to Set Aside Verdict
2. Procedure on Motion to Set Aside the Verdict
a. General Requirements of Motion to Set Aside the Verdict
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