argumentative instruction


argumentative instruction
An instruction given by the court in its charge to the jury which directs the jury to look to certain facts as tending toward certain conclusions. Such an instruction is objectionable but not reversible error, unless it appears to be prejudicial. 53 Am J1st Trial § 552.

Ballentine's law dictionary. . 1998.

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