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Negligence – Store Surveillance Tapes – Spoliation (access required)

A magistrate judge denies a slip-and-fall plaintiff's request for a jury instruction allowing an adverse inference to be drawn from defendant store's destruction of certain surveillance videotapes allegedly utilized on the date of the subject incident. The spoliation of evidence rule allows the drawing of an adverse inference against a party whose intentional conduct causes not ...

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