Directed Verdict

Directed Verdict:

A directed verdict is a ruling by a judge in a jury trial that is made after the prosecution has presented evidence and before the defendants puts forth his case. A directed verdict awards judgment to the defendant because the judge has concluded that the plaintiff has failed to prove his or her case even without a defense.

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