The Pennsylvania Supreme Court has agreed to take on a case that could alter the definition of a verdict and have a big impact on the way both judges and lawyers handle juries.

Last week the justices granted allocatur to Fritz v. Wright to decide whether jurors must be consistent in answering interrogatories in order for verdicts to be valid. No matter which way the court rules, its decision will have far-reaching repercussions on jury trials.

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