2010 Georgia Code
O.C.G.A. 9-10-184 (2010)
TITLE 9 - CIVIL PRACTICE
CHAPTER 10 - CIVIL PRACTICE AND PROCEDURE GENERALLY
ARTICLE 8 - ARGUMENT AND CONDUCT OF COUNSEL
§ 9-10-184 - Value of pain and suffering may be argued
9-10-184. Value of pain and suffering may be argued
In the trial of a civil action for personal injuries, counsel shall be allowed to argue the worth or monetary value of pain and suffering to the jury; provided, however, that any such argument shall conform to the evidence or reasonable deductions from the evidence in the case.
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