EVIDENCE DOESN'T SHOW DEFECTIVE HARLEY CIRCUIT BREAKER Moore v. Harley-Davidson Motor Co. | Secondary Sources | Westlaw

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EVIDENCE DOESN'T SHOW DEFECTIVE HARLEY CIRCUIT BREAKER

Moore v. Harley-Davidson Motor Co.

The record does not support a man's claims that a Harley-Davidson motorcycle's defective circuit breaker caused the bike to unexpectedly “quit” and led to a fatal accident, a Washington appeals court has ruled.
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