Four extra words in a judge’s jury instructions require a new trial in a student-on-student sexual harassment case, the 3rd U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals ruled, because they put too heavy a burden on the plaintiff.

But the appeals court made clear that the trial judge was forced to guess because the U.S. Supreme Court had not yet handed down its decision in Davis v. Monroe County Board of Education.

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