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Jury Instructions on Damages in Tort Actions
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Deprivation of Constitutional or Civil Rights
Ronald W. Eades
This chapter from Jury Instructions on Damages in Tort Actions provides sample jury instructions for use in tort cases involving allegations of constitutional or civil rights violations.
This chapter includes jury instructions on damages for use in cases involving a student or public employee's alleged denial of due process. This chapter also provides jury instructions explaining damage awards for use in cases in which demonstrators or employees of state institutions have alleged that their first amendment rights have been violated by the state.
In addition, this chapter includes jury instructions explaining the proper measure of damages in the following types of employment discrimination cases: (1) age discrimination; (2) quid pro quo sexual harassment; (3) hostile work environment sexual harassment; (4) mixed motive discrimination cases; and (5) pregnancy discrimination.
Furthermore, this chapter provides jury instructions describing the ordinary measure of damages in housing discrimination cases.
Jury Instructions on Damages in Tort Actions (Matthew Bender) is a valuable resource to help lawyers write jury instructions that spell out a clear statement of the issues, a discussion of the evidence, and an explanation of the principles of a case. It provides recent cases supporting each instruction, including relevant law review articles and annotations to American Law Reports. The instructions relate to such topics as punitive damages, causation, comparative negligence, personal injuries, wrongs involving intangible property, misrepresentations, malpractice, and collateral sources of benefits.
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See Chapter 1 for general jury instructions on compensatory damages awards in tort cases.
See Chapter 2 for jury instructions on punitive damages awards.
See Chapter 3 for jury instructions in cases involving joint tortfeasors.
See Chapter 4 for information on proving causation of damages.
See Chapter 12 for jury instructions on damages awards in cases involving wrongs to interests in personality.
See Chapter 13 for jury instructions involving damages awards for in cases involving misconduct by law enforcement officials. See
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