§ 205:67. Form: Affirmation in support of motion to vacate judgment upon the ground that new evidence has been discovered since the trial which despite a diligent defense could not have been presented at the original trial and which is of such character that had it been presented it would probably have resulted in a verdict more favorable to the defendant | Secondary Sources | Westlaw

§ 205:67. Form: Affirmation in support of motion to vacate judgment upon the ground that new evidence has been discovered since the trial which despite a diligent defense could not have been presented at the original trial and which is of such character that had it been presented it would probably have resulted in a verdict more favorable to the defendant | Secondary Sources | Westlaw

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36A Carmody-Wait 2d § 205:67
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May 2024 Update
Chapter 205. Postjudgment Motions
Alexa Ashworth, J.D.; and Lisa A. Zakolski, J.D.
III. Procedure upon Motion
A. In General
§ 205:67. Form: Affirmation in support of motion to vacate judgment upon the ground that new evidence has been discovered since the trial which despite a diligent defense could not have been presented at the original trial and which is of such character that had it been presented it would probably have resulted in a verdict more favorable to the defendant
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