- A decision made by a court that nullifies the jury's verdict; in Latin, 'non obstante veredicto'
- The defense attorney moved for a judgment n.o.v. after the jury found his client guilty.
- Despite the jury's conclusion, the judge granted a judgment n.o.v., ruling that the evidence didn't support the verdict.
- Upon reviewing the case, the judge decided to enter a judgment n.o.v., dismissing the conviction due to lack of evidence.