," instead recommending consideration of how
He called on 'all reasonable persons
within and outside the country who desire the growth and sustenance of democracy in this part of the world' to rise up and condemn what is going on in Rivers state.
In its decision, the high court reversed a Court of Special Appeals ruling that Baltimore County Circuit Judge Susan Souder had improperly instructed the jury to determine how a "reasonable person
" would have treated the patient rather than how a reasonable neurosurgeon would have done so.
We further conclude that a reasonable person
familiar with the facts and circumstances of the entire record in the first prosecution against Schultz would understand "early fall of 2012" to mean no later than September 30, 2012.
The Reasonable Person
Standard Would Alleviate Some of the
In the law of negligence, whether a person has failed to take reasonable care is determined by reference to the 'reasonable person
Where the harm has occurred unintentionally or due to carelessness, the court will apply the reasonable person
He said: "A reasonable person
taking a child on holiday would be expected to some extent to explore what consequences there would be for that."
First, is the public disclosure of private facts tort, which requires the public disclosure of a private fact that would be offensive and objectionable to a reasonable person
and that is not a legitimate public concern or interest.
Foreseeability relates to whether a reasonable person
could see the outcome of a person's behaviour.
Chief Justice John Roberts said it was not enough for prosecutors to show that the comments of Anthony Elonis about killing his ex-wife and harming others would make a reasonable person