Trial lawyers are wont to pontificate during summations, but a plaintiff’s attorney crossed the line by telling jurors they would be “ignoring the law” and should be reported to the judge if they objected to a $1 million-plus award.

As a result, the state Supreme Court set aside the $1.75 million verdict in the case and ordered a new damages trial.

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