No. 1. Arrest-Definition. No. 2. Arrest-Conduct of Officer. No. 3. Arrest-Conduct of Officer, No. 4 .Arrest Without a Warrant. No. 5. Arrest-Use of Force. No. 6. Assault and Battery Definitions. No. 7. Assault and Battery-Great Bodily Injury-Definitions. No. 8. Blood Test Evidence, Drunken Driver Cases. No. 9. Confession-When it May be Considered as Evidence. No. 10. Damages -Seepage of Water From Canals or Reservoirs. No. 11. Tables of Expectancy. No. 12. Family Purpose Car. No. 13. Guest Passenger, Standard of Duty. No. 14. Jury to Consider All Instructions. No. 15. Jury, Conduct of in Separate Hotel Rooms in Criminal Cases. No. 16. Motor Vehicle Driver Under Age. No. 17. Motor Vehicle Homicide-Proof of Unlawful Operation. No. 18. Motor Vehicle Homicide-Proximate Cause. No. 19. Motor Vehicle Homicide-Non-Criminal Cause of Death is Presumed. No. 20. Negligence of Person not party to the Action. No. 21. Negligence-Left Turn Between Intersections. No. 22. Reasonable Doubt. No. 23. Res Ipsa Loquitur. No. 24. Self-Defense. No. 25. Self-Defense-Companion Instructions. No. 26. Self-Defense. Index to Bar Notes.
Standardized Instructions to Juries: 1953 Cumulative Supplement, Adopted by the Association of District Judges of Nebraska,
33 Neb. L. Rev. 124
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