S. F. No. 19485
47 Cal. 2d 509; 305 P.2d 36; 1956
Grant of nonsuit as to doctor was proper because the testimony of patient's adverse parties was clear and uncontradicted to effect he was not responsible for leaving clamp in patient's abdomen and there was no rational ground to disbelieve testimony.
Carter, Jesse W., "Leonard v. Watsonville Community Hospital [DISSENT]" (1956). Jesse Carter Opinions. Paper 126.