Garsed v. BeallAnnotate this Case
92 U.S. 684 (1875)
U.S. Supreme Court
Garsed v. Beall, 92 U.S. 684 (1875)
Garsed v. Beall
92 U.S. 684
This case involves only disputed questions of fact. It was heard here upon the pleadings, proofs, and the findings of the jury in response to the issues sent down to be tried at law. Held that issues of the kind are properly directed where such questions are involved in great doubt by conflicting or insufficient evidence. Held further that such findings are regarded as influential in an appellate court, but they are not conclusive.
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