Although the Supreme Court order does not describe the procedural posture, Blazer reportedly nonsuited
the case after the defense challenged the qualifications of his expert, moved to strike the pleadings and asked for sanctions.
in a given year faced: (1) any claim, (2) a nonsuit
claim, and (3) a
(220) When the question was posed this way, Cary's counsel consented to be nonsuited
(20) Second, just as outright exclusion of evidence can lead to the collapse of a case, limited-admissibility rules can ground judgment against a party as a matter of law (on a motion for nonsuit
or directed verdict) where the impermissible use of the evidence constitutes the only proof of an essential fact.
(summarizing the procedural history of the case, including the fact that the trial court "granted nonsuit
on Ladd's claim for Blade Runner profits....").
The court concluded prison sentence in 84 subjects (45.2%), pecuniary penalty or probation in 61 (32,8%) subjects and acquittance or nonsuit
in 41 (22%) subjects.
judgment: During preliminary investigations the Judge, by request of Prosecuting Attorney, can decide nonsuit
judgment if the offense is trivial and criminal behavior seems occasional.
On July 14, 2008, Tracy filed a notice of a voluntary nonsuit
of the complaint against Williamson Medical Center and Drs.
(16) The court found for the gas company and entered a judgment of nonsuit
against the school.
(129) After a trial, the lower court granted the defendant manufacturer's motion for nonsuit
, and the plaintiffs appealed.
(61) involved an employment claim in which there was a nonsuit
on the plaintiff's claim; the jury found for the cross-complainant on a counterclaim, including a finding of malice, but awarded no punitive damages.
In this Texas case, a plaintiff voluntarily consented to a nonsuit
, without prejudice.