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Old 08 Jan 2011, 06:16 pm
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Default What did the lawyer defending honda say to support honda in the underwater seat belt case in...

...galveston bay? in 1992, 23- year old karen norman accidentally backed up into galveston bay after a night of drinking. norman couldn't operate her seat belt and drowned. Her passenger managed to disengage herself and make it to shore. Norman's parents sued honda for making a seat belt their drunken daughter (her blood alcohol was .17 - nearly twice the legal blood limit) couldn't open underwater.--------------i need to see what the lawyer said to defend honda or if you have any good ideas of how to defend honda i am all ears. this is for a school debate so your help is appreciated...thanks
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Old 08 Jan 2011, 06:31 pm
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If someone is so drunk they back into a bay and cant work a seatbelt its obvious the seatbelt isn't at fault.
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