Reports of Cases Argued and Determined in the Supreme Court of Louisiana, Volume 45, Part 2

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Page 931 - There were verdict and judgment for the plaintiff, assessing his damages at $300. Thereafter the defendant made a motion for a new trial, upon the ground that the verdict of the jury was contrary to the law and the evidence, that the damages assessed were excessive, and that the court erred in its rulings upon the charges requested.
Page 883 - For the reasons herein assigned, it Is hereby ordered, adjudged, and decreed that the judgment appealed from be and the same is hereby annulled, avoided, and reversed, and It Is now ordered, adjudged, and decreed that plaintiff's demand suit be dismissed as of nonsuit, with costs in both courts.
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Page 972 - ... that his life was In danger, or that he was In danger of serious bodily Injury, and thus justify his act.
Page 1159 - He further urges that the court erred in overruling his motion for a new trial based upon the...
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Page 897 - ... then this obligation to be null and void, otherwise to remain in full force and effect.
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Page 1180 - ... on the ground that the verdict was contrary to the law and the evidence, and that "the jury, while considering the verdict herein, were improperly and unduly Influenced by the deputy in charge thereof, who stated to them 'that It was a plain case, or straight case,' and further stated and exclaimed, 'Why, John!
Page 1193 - ... that the verdict of the jury was contrary to the law and the evidence, and that "he was framed and railroaded into this situation.

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