Nevada Jury Instructions: Evidence Of Custom In Relation To Ordinary Care

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Nevada Jury Instructions

EVIDENCE OF CUSTOM IN RELATION TO ORDINARY CARE

Evidence as to whether or not a person conformed to a custom that has grown up in a given locality or business is relevant and ought to be considered, but is not necessarily controlling on that question of whether or not he exercised ordinary care; for that question must be determined by the standard of care that has been stated to you.

NEV. J.I. 4.10

BAJI 3.16

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