The appellate court confirmed that "it is the employee who decides when and where to be printed. She elects to do so on a day off. Immediately after being printed, she collides with a motorcycle. We conclude that substantial evidence supports the jury's finding that she was not acting within the scope of her employment."

The California Appellate Court's opinion was published on January 31, 2001 as Tognazzini v. San Luis Coastal Unified School Dist.

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