Function of jury
- • jury to receive law as laid down by court
Although the jury may find a general verdict, which includes questions of law as well as fact, it is bound, nevertheless, to receive as law what is laid down as such by the court; but all questions of fact, other than those mentioned in ORS 136.310 (Function of court), shall be decided by the jury, and all evidence thereon addressed to it.
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