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+ - Jury in Apple v. Samsung case likely to be confused->

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puddingebola
puddingebola writes "Jurors in the Apple v. Samsung case will receive a 100 page "instructions to the jury" document tomorrow. They will also receive a multi-page form with numerous questions to come to a verdict. From the article: "The document, which both sides have yet to agree on, is still in its draft stage. In Samsung's case, it's 33 questions long, and stretched across 17 pages. For Apple, it's 23 questions spread over nine pages."

Perhaps this is standard in patent trials? Perhaps road sobriety tests will soon include hopping on one foot while juggling?"

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