The First Circuit no longer has official pattern instructions (a 1997 set of criminal instructions is no longer posted). Unofficial sets of civil(2011-12; "no longer updated") and criminal (June 24, 2019) instructions are posted on the the Maine District Court Web site.
The Second Circuit does not have pattern instructions.
The Third Circuit has official civil (7/2019) and
model jury instructions.
The Federal Judicial Conference subcommittee drafted a
set of jury instructions in 1982 that were revised in 1987, but have not been revised since then. The subcommittee that drafted them no longer exists, and there are no plans for a new edition. The 1987 revised version is
posted on the Federal Judicial Center Web site for "historical interest."
Some of the instructions linked below are unofficial or behind pay walls. Links to these versions are provided only where official versions are not freely available on the Internet. Instructions from unofficial sources may not be up-to-date, so always check the
Colorado civil jury instructions are freely available on the
Pattern Civil Jury Instructions Committee page and
criminal jury instructions are freely available on the
Model Criminal Jury Instructions Committee page of the Colorado Judicial Branch. That latter page also includes a link to the Colorado Criminal Reporter's Online Update, an informal publication that compiles notes about case law developments that may show up later in the state's annual updates of its criminal instructions.
criminal pattern instructions are freely available on State of Connecticut Judicial Branch Web site.
criminal pattern jury instructions are freely available on the Delaware Superior Court Web site.
Iowa civil instructions require a State Bar
login. The criminal instructions may be accessed the same way, but a recent copy is also
posted on the site. A 2012 copy of the civil instructions is
Washington pattern civil and criminal jury instructions are freely available on a Web page maintained by Thomson Reuters under contract with the Washington Supreme Court Committee on Jury Instructions.
West Virginia "Instructions for Virginia and West Virginia" are on
LexisNexis. There is a set of
criminal instructions authored by the West Virginia Public Defender Services and posted on the Public Defender Web site.
Wisconsin civil, criminal, and "children" jury instructions, created and edited by the Wisconsin Jury Instructions Committees of the Wisconsin Judicial Conference, are available on the
Wisconsin State Law Library Web site.
Wyoming jury instructions require access to