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Wilhelm v. Ryan, 175, 2005

In a personal injury case arising from an automobile accident concededly caused by defendant while operating her vehicle under the influence of alcohol, judgments pursuant to a damages trial are affirmed over plaintiff's claims that the trial judge erred by: 1) denying his motion in limine to exclude defendant's testimony about her criminal conviction and remorse for her actions; 2) denying his motion for a new trial or additur; and 3) failing to grant plaintiff costs he incurred after defendant's offer of judgment.

Appellate Information

  • Decided 07/18/2006
  • Published 07/21/2006

Judges

  • STEELE, Chief Justice., Before STEELE, Chief Justice, HOLLAND and BERGER, Justices.

Court

  • Supreme Court of Delaware

Counsel

  • For Appellant:
  • Joseph M. Jachetti, Kenneth R. Schuster & Associates, P.C., Wilmington, Delaware, for appellant.

  • For Appellees:
  • Edward F. Kafader, Wilmington, Delaware, for appellees.
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