Conjunction

 

Assume that a probabilistically-minded jury, having heard and weighed the evidence, concludes that the likelihood that the defendant was negligent is .6, the likelihood that the defendant caused the plaintiff's injury is .6, and that the evidence of negligence is entirely independent of the evidence of causation. Should the jury decide for the plaintiff or for the defendant?



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