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No-Impeachment Rule

Definition

A rule that prohibits jurors from testifying about jury deliberations, with some exceptions. Exceptions, which vary slightly between jurisdictions, generally include testifying about outside prejudicial information improperly presented to the jury, improper outside influence, mistakes on verdict forms, and reliance on racial bias or animus to convict.

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