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Cisarik v. Palos Community Hospital, 549 NE 2d 840 - Ill: Appellate Court, 1st Dist. 1989

"We conclude it is most improbable that the jury was unduly influenced by a film which shows [the injured party] engaging in commonplace activities in a manner that conformed with trial testimony about her injuries and disabilities."

A Day in the Life video did not unduly influence the jury.
Velarde v Illinois Central RR, No. 1-02-1859 (1st Dist., November 8, 2004)

"We conclude it is most improbable that the jury was unduly influenced by a film which shows [the injured party] engaging in commonplace activities in a manner that conformed with trial testimony about her injuries and disabilities."

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