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Pages of History: Judge tosses the case of the negligent cow

From the pages of the Del Norte Triplicate, February 1952.

The case of the negligent cow was tossed out by Judge Samuel Finley’s court Wednesday. Said cow, said to belong to Robert Sarina, was charged with colliding in a negligent manner with a car being driven by Archie Fuller. Plaintiff, represented by Robert Appel, asked $400 in damages to said auto.

The defense, represented by C.A. Degnan, claimed the car ran into the cow. Further, they claimed there was no proof it was Sarina’s cow.

Attorney Degnan suggested that the cow might have been drunk. Plaintiff Fuller will pay court costs.

 


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