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Swenson v. Sawoska

Supreme Court of Connecticut
Sep 27, 1989
564 A.2d 1073 (Conn. 1989)

Opinion

Decided September 27, 1989


The plaintiff's petition for certification for appeal from the Appellate Court, 18 Conn. App. 597, is granted, limited to the following issues:

"1. Did the Appellate Court err in concluding that the admission of the officer's narrative of how the accident occurred contained in the police report was harmless error?

"2. Was the standard of harmless error used by the Appellate Court, `sufficient other evidence to support the verdict,' erroneous?

"3. Does the other evidence properly admitted, including the diagram, render harmless any error in the admission of the officer's narrative?"

Zbigniew S. Rozbicki, in support of the petition.

James P. Brennan, in opposition.


Summaries of

Swenson v. Sawoska

Supreme Court of Connecticut
Sep 27, 1989
564 A.2d 1073 (Conn. 1989)
Case details for

Swenson v. Sawoska

Case Details

Full title:MARION SWENSON v. THOMAS SAWOSKA

Court:Supreme Court of Connecticut

Date published: Sep 27, 1989

Citations

564 A.2d 1073 (Conn. 1989)
564 A.2d 1073

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