Articles Tagged with negligence per se

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The essential role of jurors at trial is to determine which party to “believe.”  Issues of law are handled by the judge, while factual issues and the credibility of the parties are solely for the jury.  The more complex the case, the more difficult it can be for jurors to make their important decision. However, when it comes to credibility, there is one constant: the jury will always trust the judge.  In cases involving negligence, what could be more effective for the Plaintiff than the judge instructing the jury that the Defendant was negligent?

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