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York v. Kanan, 2023 Pa. Commw. LEXIS 106, 2023 WL 4499822. Upon review of the jury instructions on malicious prosecution and willful misconduct, as a whole, we discern no error of law by the trial court. We may not, as York suggests, take “certain portions or isolated excerpts out of context,” but must “look to the charge in its entirety.” James, 170 A.3d at 1164. As such, we find no error in these jury instructions when they “clearly and accurately explain[] the relevant law.” Id.