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Chambers v. State of Delaware, 282, 2006

A conviction and sentence for murder and related offenses is affirmed over claims that: 1) the superior court abused its discretion in denying a defense request for a mistrial after the trial judge allowed an investigating officer to speak with a witness for the state during a recess, and before the witness had concluded his direct testimony; and 2) the superior court committed legal error when it refused to give a jury instruction concerning the testimony of accomplices or participants.

Appellate Information

  • Decided 05/21/2007
  • Published 05/22/2007


  • HOLLAND, Justice., Before HOLLAND, BERGER and RIDGELY, Justices.


  • Supreme Court of Delaware


  • For Appellant:
  • Joseph M. Bernstein, Esquire (argued) and Peter W. Veith, Esquire, Wilmington, Delaware, for appellant.

  • For Appellees:
  • Kevin M. Carroll, Esquire, Department of Justice, Wilmington, Delaware, for appellee.
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