WOODY v. UTAH POWER & LIGHT CO.

No. 510.

54 F.2d 220 (1931)

WOODY v. UTAH POWER & LIGHT CO.

Circuit Court of Appeals, Tenth Circuit.

December 11, 1931.


Attorney(s) appearing for the Case

Kneland C. Tanner, of Salt Lake City, Utah (Willard Hanson, of Salt Lake City, Utah, on the brief), for appellant.

Emmett M. Bagley, of Salt Lake City, Utah (Robert L. Judd and Paul H. Ray, both of Salt Lake City, Utah, on the brief), for appellee.

Before PHILLIPS and McDERMOTT, Circuit Judges, and POLLOCK, District Judge.


PHILLIPS, Circuit Judge.

Woody brought this action against the Utah Power & Light Company to recover for injuries to his person and his automobile resulting from an automobile collision. At the close of the evidence the trial court directed a verdict for defendant on the ground that plaintiff was guilty of contributory negligence.

The evidence, considered in the light most favorable to plaintiff, established the...

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