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Acccording to a Civil Justice Survey of State Courts conducted by the U.S. Department of Justice entitled: Tort Bench and Jury Trials in State Courts, 2005: A plaintiff ’s own negligent actions may contribute to the injury sustained. Six states adhere to the doctrine of contributory negligence. In these states any negligence on the plaintiff ’s part automatically bars recovery for damages. In the remaining states differing forms of comparative negligence are used. Under comparative negligence doctrines, damages are proportionally reduced according to the plaintiff ’s negligence.
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Acccording to a Civil Justice Survey of State Courts conducted by the U.S. Department of Justice entitled: Tort Bench and Jury Trials in State Courts, 2005: Compensatory damages awarded to plaintiff winners were reduced in 15% of tort trials disposed in the national sample in 2005. These awards were reduced by 40% on average.
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About 22% of murders in 2002 were family murders. Nearly 9% were murders of a spouse, 6% were murders of sons or daughters by a parent, and 7% were murders by other family members.
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