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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Additional instructions on the tender notice, the requirements for the execution of the order and the specimen documents are published on the website of the Contracting Authority under the heading
But they gave no additional instructions on how to achieve that goal, forcing them to decide for themselves how they would modify their behavior.
The Director said that the drive was a routine activity of the MCI department; however, keeping in the view of the importance of the event additional instructions have been issued to the concerned quarters.
Additional instructions were given to the territorial structures for increasing the preparedness in the event of emergencies, as well as for informing the representatives of the executive and local authorities in a timely manner.
The IGP expressed satisfaction over the steps taken by the police and issued additional instructions to the police officers present.
"We expect the Commission, within the terms of its mandate, to keep the Council regularly informed of developments and to accept any additional instructions."
Adds an additional paragraph to the instruction advising the user that the Federal Income Withholding Form should be attached to Form 12.996(a) as a notice and adds additional instructions for filling out the Federal Income Withholding Form.
Additional instructions include calling 911, as naloxone is not a substitute for medical care.
No additional instructions from Putin were needed in this case.
Follow any additional instructions given (ex: you may be asked to enter your password or shut off "Find my phone.")
Cleared for takeoff." Helos can be cleared to takeoff from a taxiway, per 7110.65 3-11-2 a: "Issue takeoff clearances from movement areas other than active runways or in diverse directions from active runways, with additional instructions as necessary." Basically, it's a standard takeoff clearance, such as, "Medlife 3, Taxiway Hotel, fly heading 050, cleared for takeoff." Obviously, here we have to specify the taxiway as the departure point, and we obviously can't use "runway heading."
Previous editions of the MLA Handbook provided separate instructions for each format, and additional instructions were required for new formats.
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