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1952

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Scott V. Burke [Dissent], Jesse W. Carter Aug 1952

Scott V. Burke [Dissent], Jesse W. Carter

Jesse Carter Opinions

It was proper for the trial court to instruct the jury on the inference of negligence under res ipsa loquitur as well as the conflicting presumption of due care that arose if defendant driver was truly unable to recall the cause of the accident.


Rodabaugh V. Tekus [Dissent], Jesse W. Carter Jul 1952

Rodabaugh V. Tekus [Dissent], Jesse W. Carter

Jesse Carter Opinions

The doctrine of last clear chance rarely applied in cases involving high speed collisions between vehicles because it was extremely difficult to determine which party, if any, had a meaningful last clear chance to avoid an accident.