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Chen v. Miller, First Edition

  • Linda L. Lane
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The rushed days of two people collided with calamitous results when Taylor Chen, who was walking in a crosswalk, was struck by a car driven by Alex Miller, a KarPül driver on the way to pick up a rideshare customer. Chen has brought a negligence action for personal injury damages against Miller and claims that Miller disregarded traffic lights and failed to yield. Miller claims to have had the right-of-way and that Chen stepped into the street without paying attention to traffic while texting. Who is at fault, and how much damage did Chen really suffer? You must persuade the jury when you try this case. Compact yet thorough, this case file addresses multiple issues of modern evidence and witness examination skills.

Professors and students will benefit from:

  • A timeline that helps participants quickly absorb the materials
  • Electronic evidence including text messaging and social media
  • Downloadable color versions of exhibits
  • A limited number of gender-neutral witnesses
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