Civil Procedure Keyed to Coundback
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P, a citizen of Alaska, sues D, a citizen of New Hampshire, in the federal district court in Virginia’s Western District. The lawsuit seeks $77,000 compensation for tortious injuries caused by D’s allegedly negligent driving in New York, which led to a fiery accident in that state. D was served with process while on vacation in Virginia in accordance with Virginia law.
What would be a valid argument for D’s attorney to make?CorrectIncorrect
An automobile crash victim intends to file a negligence action based on diversity of citizenship jurisdiction against a driver in federal court for injuries sustained in an automobile accident that occurred in Colorado. The victim resides in Kansas, and the driver resides in Nebraska. Colorado, Kansas, and Nebraska all have only a single federal judicial district.
In which federal district court(s) is venue proper?CorrectIncorrect
A zoologist was moving to San Diego from West Virginia, where she had lived her entire life. She was driving a truck and trailer that contained all of her possessions across the country when she was involved in a severe accident in Colorado. She was hospitalized there for several months before she could proceed to San Diego, where she rented an apartment and found a job. The driver of an automobile involved in the severe accident intends to file a negligence action against the zoologist in federal district court. The driver is a citizen and resident of Nevada.
In which federal district(s) is venue proper?CorrectIncorrect