Unformatted text preview: family members. This is a case of necessity, to preserve human life is more important and overrides a “trespass” charge. Defense: Ploof Verdict: Putnam is guilty, because he unmoored the sloop, and it was necessary to dock somewhere, sure Ploof could have docked somewhere else, but it doesn’t matter. This is crucial to save human lives. Law and Economics Notes:...
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- Fall '07
- Economics, Vermont, Lake Champlain, unmoored Ploof, owner unmoored Ploof