There was something about the accident report that didn’t look right. It said that the husband was driving, even though the major damage was on that side and only the wife was injured. The retired trooper would not come down from his mountain to testify, so we called him and asked him about the report. “How sure are you that he was driving?” we asked. “In all these years,” he said, “no one has ever asked me that. And since you have, I’ll tell you. I never thought he was.” We got a notice out, grabbed a court reporter, went up the dirt mountain road in a snow storm, and got his testimony. The case went away shortly thereafter.