Jury Finds Doctors Did Not Commit Malpractice But New York's Highest Appeals Court Orders New Trial Because Trial Judge Did Not Poll the Jury

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Nine years after the fact and 2 1/2 years after the jury verdict, all of the parties in a medical malpractice case have been ordered back to court for a retrial because of the trial judge's error in refusing to ask the jurors individually whether in fact their unanimous, individually signed written jury verdict exonerating the defendant doctors of any fault was in fact their verdict.

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