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STATE OF DELAWARE v. HARMON

Supreme Court of Delaware
Criminal Law & Procedure, Evidence
The introduction into evidence, of a knife owned by defendant which was not the knife used in a stabbing, was not prejudicial where use of a deadly...
06/21/2002 606/628, 2001

HUDAK v. PROCEK

Supreme Court of Delaware
Property Law & Real Estate
A surviving mother rebutted the legal presumption, that her purchase of property with her late husband was intended as a gift to their daughter, and...
06/21/2002 416, 2000

BRADSHAW v. STATE OF DELAWARE

Supreme Court of Delaware
Criminal Law & Procedure
Defendant's absence from the courtroom both 1) at the time his counsel agreed to a charge to a deadlocked jury under Allen v. U.S., 14 U.S, 492, and...
06/18/2002 345, 2001

STIFEL FIN. CORP. v. COCHRAN

Supreme Court of Delaware
Attorney's Fees, Corporation & Enterprise Law, Securities Law
A corporate officer's claim for indemnification is a contract/statutory claim, governed by the three-year statute of limitations in Delaware Code...
06/18/2002 548/549, 2001

HARRIS v. STATE OF DELAWARE

Supreme Court of Delaware
Criminal Law & Procedure
When a detaining officer failed to articulate how defendant's lawful behavior matched the police's drug courier profile characteristics, such belief...
06/18/2002 179, 1999

SAITO v. MCKESSON HBOC, INC.

Supreme Court of Delaware
Corporation & Enterprise Law, Securities Law
When a stockholder's claim, under 8 Delaware Code section 220, is based on alleged corporate wrongdoing (assuming it is meritorious), the stockholder...
06/14/2002 376, 2001

JONES v. STATE OF DELAWARE

Supreme Court of Delaware
Criminal Law & Procedure, Evidence
A homicide victim's hearsay statements are admissible under Rule 803(3) of the Delaware Rules of Evidence, if they express the victim's then-existing...
06/13/2002 293, 2000

TELXON CORP. v. MEYERSON

Supreme Court of Delaware
Corporation & Enterprise Law
Summary judgment for either party is improper, in a complaint by a successor corporate entity against former directors, where factual disputes exist...
06/10/2002 328, 2001

SENTNER v. SENTNER

Supreme Court of Delaware
Family Law
Family Court failed to acknowledge the adequacy of a father's job search, in applying the "sufficient period of time" requirement of the Melson...
06/06/2002 531, 2001
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