William Strange v. James Wrigley Case File
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This personal injury case file involves the plaintiff, William Strange, who, after drinking at a local bar, thought he was entering his friend David Cunningham's house. Instead he walked into the front door of the defendant, James Wrigley, and his wife, Kathy. After Strange entered the house, Wrigley shot him twice. Strange has sued to recover for his injuries. This case file examines issues of self defense and comparative fault and is a good practice for the beginning student in developing basic trial skills. There are two witnesses for both the plaintiff and the defendant including four additional witnesses either party may call.
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Table of Contents
NITA GENERAL HOSPITAL DISCHARGE STATEMENT
NCIC CRIMINAL RECORD
Wrigley House Exterior
Bullet Hole In Door
38 Caliber Pistol
PRELIMINARY JURY INSTRUCTIONS
FINAL JURY INSTRUCTIONS