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Partial Verdict

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A partial verdict is determined when the jury decides that the defendant is guilty of some of the charges against him/her, but not all the charges.

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During a criminal case, a partial verdict occurs when the defendant is charged with multiple crimes. The jury's verdict, the formal decision made by a jury concerning the questions submitted to it during a trial, finds that the defendant is guilty of only certain charges, but not all of them.

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