The Rhode Island Supreme Court has found that a view to the accident site and resulting discussion and testing constituted evidence not introduced at trial and not permissible under the Rules of Evidence.  Jurors were allowed to go to the accident site, test a bar that allowed for the light to change, discuss it among themselves and more.  The Court reasoned that even the untimely objection survived the raise-or-waive rule.  Read the entire opinion at: Yi Gu v. Rhode Island Public Transit Authority et al., No. 2010-73 (March 5, 2012), , , ,