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In a jury trial, the role of a jury is to decide issues of fact. The judge decides issues of law. In a judge trial the judge decides all issues of law and fact. Issues of law are general and require an interpretation of controlling law. Issues of fact are specific findings about past events. A jury decides issues of fact if here is a genuine dispute about the past events. If there are no facts in dispute there is nothing for a jury to decide.

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