Admissibility of Other Similar Incidents in Civil Litigation
In civil litigation in state courts in Texas, evidence of other similar incidents generally is admissible if three things are true: The OSIs occurred under "reasonably similar," though not necessarily identical, conditions to the incident at issue; the evidence does not create undue prejudice, confusion or delay; and the evidence is relevant.
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