2.4-5 Admissions from Requests to Admit
Revised to January 1, 2008
You have heard that <identify the
party> filed a motion asking <identify the party> to admit certain
facts and that those facts are admitted as true. You should therefore consider
those facts as proven without the need for evidence. It is still up to you to
decide what weight or importance those facts have, if any, in deciding the
issues in this case.