Torts — Automobile accident — Livestock straying onto public road — Evidence — Prior incidents — Trial court did not err in granting motion in limine barring introduction of evidence pertaining to prior instances where owner’s livestock had escaped from their enclosed pastures — Plaintiff waived ability to contest exclusion of any incident not specifically proffered in trial court, and the sole escape that was preserved by proffer occurred under circumstances that were not similar to those that led to cows straying onto roadway in instant case, which plaintiff specifically alleged was caused by defendant’s negligence in maintaining gate
44 Fla. L. Weekly D1058b
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