This Article examines a disturbing trend in civil litigation: the demise of the jury’s historic prerogative to draw inferences from circumstantial evidence. Judges have arrogated to themselves the power to dismiss cases if they find the proffered inferenc
civil litigation, circumstantial evidence, juries, equal-inference rule, inferences, plausibility, demeanor evidence, witness credibility, state of mind, pleading, summary judgment
Place of Original Publication
Boston College Law Review
55 Boston College Law Review435 (2014)
Pollis, Andrew S., "The Death of Inference" (2014). Faculty Publications. 622.