Evidence

BUSINESS RECORDS PROPERLY ADMITTED INTO EVIDENCE AT TRIAL

Wachovia Bank held a promissory note from Dianne Matthews for money she had borrowed.  Wells Fargo Bank acquired Wachovia and later filed suit against Matthews for breach of the promissory note. Matthews failed to answer the complaint and a default judgment was entered against her in the Forsyth County Superior Court.  A bench trial was…

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Improper Exclusion of Evidence Allows Injured Plaintiff to Get New Trial

An injured plaintiff got a break from the Georgia Court of Appeals in Robles v. Yugueros, 779 S.E.2d 139 (Ga. App. 2015).  The trial court had ruled that certain very important evidence favorable to Plaintiff could not be presented at trial.  The jury returned its verdict against Plaintiff and in favor of Defendants. The Court…

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