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The answer is that it depends. This is an evidentiary rule question. Depending on how it was being introduced and for what purpose is whether it would be permitted. The opposing attorney should have objected to the introduction of the previous verdict. There are only very specific situations where the verdict could be introduced and presented to the jury.
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