Friday, December 19, 2003

Tommorow morning is the Torts Exam. Once it is over, my first semester as a part-time law student is "in the books." I'll have much to say . . . after a long nap.

All I have to say now are sentences that sound like this: "negligent infliction of emotional distress can be found when the victim of an accident has a cause of action in negligence, when the accident caused a serious injury or death, when the plaintiff was a contemporaneous & sensory witness of the accident, whent the plaintiff was closely related to the victim (by blood or law, as a matter of law, in the state of Nevada)." See State v. Eaton (1985 Nevada Supreme Court), Crippens v. Sav-on Drug (1998 Nevada Supreme Court), State v. Hill (1998 Nevada Supreme Court), and Grotts v. Zahner (1999 Nevada Supreme Court).