CACI  INSTRUCTIONS

1102. Definition of "Dangerous Condition" (Gov. Code, § 830(a))

A "dangerous condition" is a condition of public property that creates a substantial risk of injury to members of the general public who are using the property [or adjacent property] with reasonable care and in a reasonably foreseeable manner. A condition that creates only a minor risk of injury is not a dangerous condition.


CACI are the approved jury instructions from the Judicial Council of California. Jury instructions are read to the jury by the judge and establish the law the jury must follow in deciding the case. A partner of Cheong, Denove, Rowell, Bennett & Hapuarachy  has been formally recognized as one of the attorneys who assisted the task force in the preparation of these jury instructions.

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