This is my first time moving over for emergency vehicles. The firetruck is going through a stop sign... must be a real emergency.
It must be cool to commit an offence that is otherwise a crime. I want to be an emergency responder.
Mack Rexal is seriously injured. Sir, I need to search your body for possible weapons you may have used during the incident.
At the Rogers Stadium...
Okay officer. I will let you search because I know it is your legal duty to do so, but I swear that it was just a regular sports injury.
It hurts so much!!
Oh wow.. the ambulance is going 80km/hr.
Drive faster because we are losing a lot of blood! The patient is unconscious!!
I am representing Mr. Hutton, the defendant. The plaintiff, Mr. Rexal claims that Mr. Hutton is liable for injuries he sustained at the football match on June 15, 2018.
A month later...
This is a civil injury case of Rexal v. Hutton. Mr. Rexal is suing Mr. Hutton for battery.
However, as both parties entered the field, they consented to the physical contact and possible bodily harm that is an essential element of the sport. Therefore, Mr. Hutton should not be responsible for this sports injury, my Lord.
My Lord, during the time of the battery, there was lack of consent due to the fact that the game had ended right after my client, Mr. Rexal had scored the goal. There was no game, so certainly, my client did not expect this kind of bodily contact nor did he consent to it. To conclude, Mr. Hutton is indeed responsible for his actions and we ask the defendant for compensation for inflicting Mr. Rexal's serious injuries.
I agree with the plaintiff. There was lack of evidence of consent during the time of the offence. The defendant, Mr. Hutton shall reach a settlement offer with Mr. Rexal.