Mcconnell v. Gregory, (No. 253.)

CourtGeorgia Supreme Court
Writing for the CourtATKINSON
Citation146 Ga. 475,91 S.E. 550
PartiesMcCONNELL v. GREGORY.
Docket Number(No. 253.)
Decision Date15 February 1917

91 S.E. 550
(146 Ga. 475)

McCONNELL
v.
GREGORY.

(No. 253.)

Supreme Court of Georgia.

Feb. 15, 1917.


(Syllabus by the Court.)
[91 S.E. 551]

Error from Superior Court, Berrien County; W. E. Thomas, Judge.

Action by M. M. Gregory against D. A. McConnell. Judgment for plaintiff, and defendant brings error. Affirmed.

Hendricks, Mills & Hendricks, of Nashville, for plaintiff in error.

Jos. A. Alexander, of Nashville, for defendant in error.

ATKINSON, J. Judgment affirmed. All the Justices concur.

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  • Walker v. Monongahela Power Co., No. 12192
    • United States
    • Supreme Court of West Virginia
    • July 9, 1963
    ...W.Va. 826] unless the verdict is against the plain preponderance of the evidence.' Point 2, Syllabus, Stephens v. Bartlett, 118 W.Va. 421, 91 S.E. 550. 2. 'When a case involving conflicting testimony and circumstances has been fairly tried, under proper instructions, the verdict of the jury......
  • Kytle v. Kytle, Nos. 10684, 10706.
    • United States
    • Supreme Court of Georgia
    • July 11, 1935
    ...amendment. Alabama Midland R. Co. v. Guilford, 114 Ga. 627, 40 S. E. 794; Mims v. Jones, 135 Ga. 541, 69 S. E. 824; McCon-nell v. Gregory, 146 Ga. 475, 91 S. E. 550. Nor did the stricken admissions, with the other evidence, demand a finding or ruling to the contrary. 2. The testatrix, while......
  • McIntosh v. Neal-Blun Co., NEAL-BLUN
    • United States
    • Georgia Court of Appeals
    • May 21, 1971
    ...against the defendants, they remained 'admissions' for whatever credit and value the jury might place upon same. See McConnell v. Gregory, 146 Ga. 475(1), 91 S.E. 'When admissions are made in pleadings, and are withdrawn or stricken by amendment, they can be used as evidence by the opposite......
  • Richeson v. Wood
    • United States
    • Virginia Supreme Court of Virginia
    • March 24, 1932
    ...296, 12 Am.Dec. 396 (gaming); Warren Refining, etc., Co. Dyer, 101 W.Va. 452, 132 S.E. 877, (fraud). See, also, McConnell Gregory, 146 Ga. 475, 91 S.E. 550 (usury); Thurston Cornell, 38 N.Y. 281 (usury); Jones Cannady, 15 N.C. 86 (usury). As noted, some of these authorities relate to contra......
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  • Walker v. Monongahela Power Co., No. 12192
    • United States
    • Supreme Court of West Virginia
    • July 9, 1963
    ...W.Va. 826] unless the verdict is against the plain preponderance of the evidence.' Point 2, Syllabus, Stephens v. Bartlett, 118 W.Va. 421, 91 S.E. 550. 2. 'When a case involving conflicting testimony and circumstances has been fairly tried, under proper instructions, the verdict of the jury......
  • Kytle v. Kytle, Nos. 10684, 10706.
    • United States
    • Supreme Court of Georgia
    • July 11, 1935
    ...amendment. Alabama Midland R. Co. v. Guilford, 114 Ga. 627, 40 S. E. 794; Mims v. Jones, 135 Ga. 541, 69 S. E. 824; McCon-nell v. Gregory, 146 Ga. 475, 91 S. E. 550. Nor did the stricken admissions, with the other evidence, demand a finding or ruling to the contrary. 2. The testatrix, while......
  • McIntosh v. Neal-Blun Co., NEAL-BLUN
    • United States
    • Georgia Court of Appeals
    • May 21, 1971
    ...against the defendants, they remained 'admissions' for whatever credit and value the jury might place upon same. See McConnell v. Gregory, 146 Ga. 475(1), 91 S.E. 'When admissions are made in pleadings, and are withdrawn or stricken by amendment, they can be used as evidence by the opposite......
  • Richeson v. Wood
    • United States
    • Virginia Supreme Court of Virginia
    • March 24, 1932
    ...296, 12 Am.Dec. 396 (gaming); Warren Refining, etc., Co. Dyer, 101 W.Va. 452, 132 S.E. 877, (fraud). See, also, McConnell Gregory, 146 Ga. 475, 91 S.E. 550 (usury); Thurston Cornell, 38 N.Y. 281 (usury); Jones Cannady, 15 N.C. 86 (usury). As noted, some of these authorities relate to contra......
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