Cal. Civ. Code § 3333.3

Current through the 2022 Legislative Session.
Section 3333.3 - Injuries proximately caused by plaintiff's commission of felony or flight

In any action for damages based on negligence, a person may not recover any damages if the plaintiff's injuries were in any way proximately caused by the plaintiff's commission of any felony, or immediate flight therefrom, and the plaintiff has been duly convicted of that felony.

Ca. Civ. Code § 3333.3

Added November 5, 1996, by initiative Proposition 213, Sec. 3. Applicable, by Sec. 4 of Prop. 213, to actions in which the initial trial has not commenced prior to January 1, 1997. Note: Prop. 213 (The Personal Responsibility Act of 1996) also includes Section 3333.4.