misdirection

  1. an incorrect charge to a jury given by a judge
  2. incorrect directions or instructions

Misdirection

Techniques used by conjurers and mentalists to distract a person's attention or confuse their thinking.
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Misdirection

Techniques used by conjurers and mentalists to distract a person's attention or confuse their thinking.
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misdirection

[n] - an incorrect charge to a jury given by a judge 2. [n] - incorrect directions or instructions
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Misdirection

Mis`di┬Ěrec'tion noun 1. The act of directing wrongly, or the state of being so directed. 2. (Law) An error of a judge in charging the jury on a matter of law. Mozley & W.
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misdirection

noun incorrect directions or instructions
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Misdirection

• (n.) The act of directing wrongly, or the state of being so directed. • (n.) An error of a judge in charging the jury on a matter of law.
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MISDIRECTION

The application of psychological principles or strategies in order to control the focus of the spectator. An example of misdirection is that a large movement will misdirect a spectator's attention away from a smaller movement (the concealed sleight).
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Misdirection

An error made by a judge in charging the jury in a special case.Such misdirection is either in relation to matters of law or matters of fact.When the judge at the trial misdirects the jury, on matters of law, material to the issue, whatever may be the nature of the case, the verdict will be set aside, and a new trial granted or if such misdirection...
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Misdirection

[magic] Misdirection is a form of deception in which the attention of an audience is focused on one thing in order to distract its attention from another. Managing the audience`s attention is the aim of all Theater, it is the foremost requirement of Theatrical Magic. Whether the Magic is of a `pocket trick` variety, or, a large stage produc...
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misdirection

incorrect directions or instructions
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