Additional Instructions

Additional Instructions

A charge given to a jury by a judge after the original instructions to explain the law and guide the jury in its decision making.

Additional instructions are frequently needed after the jury has begun deliberations and finds that it has a question concerning the evidence, a point of law, or some part of the original charge.

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Previous editions of the MLA Handbook provided separate instructions for each format, and additional instructions were required for new formats.
All the trucks underwent maintenance and additional instructions were given on driving in bad weather conditions, including a thick fog.
When meeting employers, ask for their business cards to make it easier to follow up with what was discussed and don't forget to follow through on any additional instructions, such as completing an online application.
In addition, the FDA announced it will require revisions to the Warnings and Dosage and Administration sections of the drug label to include additional instructions for dosing and a section describing the risk of severe adverse events if ingested.
If there are additional instructions, the central processor can dole out additional instructions to the other cores.
The mandate given to me was so precise, so clear, that it does not need any additional instructions from Delhi," he said.
Finally, it intends to give additional instructions for the functional separation' of networks and services within the dominant operator, which regulators can impose in the event of anti-competitive behaviour.
President Kurmanbek Bakiev gave additional instructions concerning implementation of tasks outlined in his address to the nation on 17 October 2008, reported president's press office.
As far as additional instructions are concerned, try this: Hold the extractor by its tip, and cover the extractor hole with needle-nose pliers or press the hole against your bench for support.
Designed to teach middle school and high school students how to integrate graphics and images into their schoolwork, each program includes practice sheets containing additional instructions and in-class exercises, worksheets that can be used during and after the video lessons, answer sheets to assist teachers when reviewing and correcting student worksheets, and curriculum-based lesson plans that integrate graphics into core curriculum programs.
It's set out in the ' Additional Instructions for Referees' section of the Laws of Association Football.
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