An instruction that removes an issue from the jury’s consideration, such as an instruction that whatever the evidence, the defendant cannot be convicted under the indictment count to which the charge is directed.
¡ª Also termed affirmative charge. [Cases: Trial 194, 234(4), 253. C.J.S. Trial ¡ì¡ì 526, 626, 672.]
What is the legal equivalent of the term affirmative instruction in Chinese?
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