NM NMRA 14-131. “Great bodily harm” defined.

NM NMRA 14-131. “Great bodily harm” defined.

State: New Mexico

 

New Mexico Rules Annotated (N.M.R.A.)

Uniform Jury Instructions — Criminal

Chapter 1. General Instructions

Part C. Definitions

14-131. “Great bodily harm” defined.

Great bodily harm means an injury to a person which [creates a high probability of death]1 [or] [results in serious disfigurement] [or] [results in loss of any member or organ of the body] [or] [results in permanent or prolonged impairment of the use of any member or organ of the body].

USE NOTE

1.  Use only the applicable bracketed elements established by the evidence.

[See also New Mexico Uniform Jury Instructions (U.J.I.) 14-131.]

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