Producers are engaged in the art of craft brewing. They build their brands around taste and cover higher product costs by charging much higher prices — roughly twice as much for a six pack as the mass-market brewers. The increase in concentration among mass-market brewers reflects a number of factors.
Justia Opinion Summary InBryan Harrell was driving his pickup truck at more than 50 miles per hour when he rear-ended the Jeep in which four-year-old Remington Walden was a rear-seat passenger, with his aunt behind the wheel. Remington burned to death trying to escape; he lived for up to a minute as he burned, and witnesses heard him screaming.
Because Chrysler did not raise a Rule objection to the compensation evidence at issue in this appeal, the Supreme Court considered the question not under the ordinary abuse-of-discretion standard, but as a question of plain error.
The Court concluded that under the particular circumstances of this case, it could not say that the prejudicial effect of the evidence so far outweighed its probative value that its admission was clear and obvious reversible error.
Accordingly, although the Supreme Court disagreed with the rationale of the Court of Appeals, it ultimately affirmed its judgment. March 15, S17G Although the new Evidence Code became law in January ofmeaning that it is not so very new in its application, cases can take some time to make their way to this Court on appeal.
Accordingly, we still have work to do in interpreting the new Code, and this case gives us that opportunity. Because Chrysler did not raise a Rule objection to the compensation evidence at issue in this appeal, we consider the question not under the ordinary abuse-of-discretion standard, but as a question of plain error.
Accordingly, although we disagree with the rationale of the Court of Appeals, we ultimately affirm its judgment. Evidence showed that Chrysler had long known that mounting a gas tank behind the rear axle was dangerous.
Chrysler, on the other hand, presented evidence that the vehicle met or exceeded all applicable Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standards and that many other vehicles of the era used rear-mounted fuel tanks.
Marchionne made just last year. We first establish our parameters of interpretation. Rule then sets a broad standard of admissibility for evidence deemed relevant: By standardizing rules concerning both the presumptive admissibility of relevant evidence and the judicial exclusion of certain otherwise admissible evidence, Rules, and overlay the entire Evidence Code, and are generally applicable to all evidence that a party seeks to present.
Merrel Dow Pharmaceuticals, Inc. Although that quote is accurate, the contention that it supports is incorrect.
Sekulovski, F3d7th Cir. The short summary is that Rule does not move the needle to automatically admit evidence in spite of any prejudicial effect it may have.
Even before the new Evidence Code standardized our consideration of prejudice, Rule did not function as a rule of superadmissibility.
We cannot solve the question of the compensation evidence on that basis. See Satilla, Ga. And this Court repeatedly framed our consideration of the rule in terms of relevance, or lack thereof:United States v.
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