Verdict: Not Guilty
Date: November 2010
Summary: Plaintiff was crossing street when she was stuck by 17 year old Defendant. Plaintiff suffered fractures to her tibia, fibula and pubic ramus. Defense contended that Plaintiff was not in crosswalk.
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