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The proposed revised pattern § 1983 civil jury instructions for the Seventh Circuit are offered for public comment by the Seventh Circuit Pattern Jury Instruction Committee and § 1983 Jury Instruction Subcommittee. The committees, which include representatives of all significant perspectives, welcome comment before submission to the Circuit Council for approval and promulgation.

•  Cover letter for proposed revised pattern § 1983 civil jury instructions for the Seventh Circuit

•  Proposed revised 1983 pattern jury instructions

Comments should be emailed to: robert_miller@innd.uscourts.gov with a subject line of “Pattern Patent Instruction Comment

or

mailed to:  
  Judge Robert L. Miller, Jr.
  United States District Court for
  the Northern District of Indiana
  204 S. Main Street
  South Bend, IN 46601

Comments will be accepted through April 29, 2016.



The Committee on Federal Criminal Jury Instructions of the Seventh Circuit has become a standing committee and is seeking comments on its work on an ongoing basis.

Please send any comments on existing instructions or suggestions for new ones to:  jicomments@illinois.edu.



 



Pattern Civil Jury Instructions
[revised 2015]

[includes:
Family Medical Leave Act
]


 





Pattern Criminal Jury Instructions (2012 ed.) [revised February, 2013]


February 4, 2013 -- the Pattern Criminal Jury Instruction Committee has revised the withdrawal instructions in light of the Supreme Court's recent decision in Smith v. United States, 133 S. Ct. 714 (2013). The revised instructions are numbered 5.13, 5.14(A) and 5.14(B).

 
  •  [Word .doc version]   (rev. 2015 ed.)   •  Letter from Hon. William J. Bauer
•  Introduction from the Committee on Federal Criminal Jury Instructions of the Seventh Circuit
•  General, Statutory and Preliminary Instructions
 
           
        •  [Word .doc version]   Pattern Criminal Jury Instructions (2012 ed.)
    [revised February, 2013]
 



PROPOSED PATTERN JURY INSTRUCTIONS




 


The Committee on Federal Civil Jury Instructions for the Seventh Circuit has withdrawn its Proposed Family Medical Leave Act instructions in light of regulatory changes and comments received. The Committee hopes to propose revised FMLA instructions in the near future.