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Over the years, the courts have developed numerous devices for controlling the jury in the exercise of its traditional functions. This article will discuss several of the most important of these devices: first the concept of sufficiency of the evidence and then the closely related mechanisms available during the trial for implementing this concept.
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Sufficiency of the Evidence and Jury Control Devices Available Before Verdict, 47 Va. L. Rev. 218 (1961)