SEQ CHAPTER \h \r 1CR05-101 11/09/07



You have heard testimony by one or more witnesses who you may find were accomplices in the alleged offense.  You should understand that the testimony of an accomplice ought to be viewed with caution.  This does not mean that you should arbitrarily disregard such testimony.  You may consider the motives of an accomplice in testifying, and the circumstances under which his or her testimony is given, in determining how much weight and credibility to give his or her testimony.  You should give the testimony the weight you think it deserves, after you examine the testimony with care and caution, and in the light of all the evidence in the case.