Texas Supreme Court Mulls Testimony in $4M Brain Injury Suit

By Lauren Castle (December 1, 2022, 10:36 PM EST) -- A former auto dealership employee who was injured in an accident might not get a new trial despite a witness' comments about her alcohol use at work, as a Texas Supreme Court justice said Thursday that the trial judge had given "one heck of a curative instruction" about the testimony....

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