Title 9, Chapter 10, Section 185
Where counsel in the hearing of the jury make statements of
prejudicial matters which are not in evidence, it is the duty of the
court to interpose and prevent the same. On objection made, the
court shall also rebuke counsel and by all needful and proper
instructions to the jury endeavor to remove the improper impression
from their minds. In its discretion, the court may order a mistrial
if the plaintiff's attorney is the offender.