Jessie drank a six pack of beer and decided to drive to the store to purchase another.
jessie drank a six pack of beer and decided to drive to the store to purchase another. en route, he ran a red light and collided with another vehicle, owned and driven by Marvin. Jessie presented Marvin with his insurance card indicated that he was covered by risk management, inc. when the police arrived at the scene, jessie was asked and agreed to take a breath analyzer test. his blood alcohol level was recorded at .16 BAC, twice the legal limit to drive. jessie entered a plea a no contest charge of driving under the influence of alcohol. marvin sued jessie for negligence and extreme negligence.
1. Is evidence of Jessie's no contest pleas admissible against him in civil case against him?
2. Is evidence of the result of Jessie's breath analysis admissible in the civil trial? why or why not
3. is evidence of Jessie's insurance covered by Risk Management, Inc. admissible? why or why not?