L. A. No. 22613
41 Cal. 2d 712; 264 P.2d 1; 1953
A driver was entitled to a jury instruction on the doctrine of imminent peril in a pedestrian's negligence action because the driver may not have anticipated that the pedestrian would not yield the right of way as he walked across the highway.
Carter, Jesse W., "Leo v. Dunham [DISSENT]" (1953). Jesse Carter Opinions. Paper 302.