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Fed. R. Civ. P. 61


A rule of the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure providing that an error in admitting or excluding evidence shall be considered harmless—and therefore not grounds for vacating or disturbing a judgment or verdict, or for ordering a new trial—unless the error injures a party’s substantial rights.

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