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TEXAS HIGH COURT FINDS EVIDENTIARY ERRORS, ORDERS NEW TRIAL Nissan Motor Co. v. Armstrong

24 No. 6 ANAUTOLR 7Andrews Automotive Litigation Reporter (Approx. 3 pages)

TEXAS HIGH COURT FINDS EVIDENTIARY ERRORS, ORDERS NEW TRIAL Nissan Motor Co. v. Armstrong

24 No. 6 ANAUTOLR 7Andrews Automotive Litigation Reporter (Approx. 3 pages)

24 No. 6 Andrews Automotive Litig. Rep. 7
Andrews Automotive Litigation Reporter
*1 September 21, 2004
Sudden Acceleration
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TEXAS HIGH COURT FINDS EVIDENTIARY ERRORS, ORDERS NEW TRIAL

Nissan Motor Co. v. Armstrong

The Texas Supreme Court has ordered a new trial in a sudden-acceleration case, ruling that reports on defective throttle cables were admissible to rebut Nissan Motor Co.'s claim that the plaintiff's theory of causation was unlikely, but holding that...
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