This Comment discusses Ault v. International Harvester Co, arguing that it represents an assault upon the exclusionary rule against subsequent remedial conduct. The Author closely examines Justice Mosk's rationale of admissibility and reviews the traditional exclusionary rule against subsequent remedial conduct.
J. W. Merritt,
Ault v. International Harvester Co. - Death Knell to the Exclusionary Rule against Subsequent Remedial Conduct in Strict Products Liability,
San Diego L. Rev.
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