Evidence – Expert Witnesses

In determining boundary lines between lands, the testimony of a nonexpert, who claims to have located the line from government monuments then in existence, may be accepted by the jury in preference to that of surveyors who have subsequently located a different line independently of such monuments. Baty v. Elrod, 66 Neb. 735, 92 N.W. 1032 (1902), aff’d, 66 Neb. 744, 97 N.W. 343 (1903). See also Neb. Rev. Statutes §23-1907 and §23-1908.