Delaware Superior Court upholds admissibility of blood alcohol testing obtained by consensual blood draw conducted in a police station in felony DUI and Vehicular Assault case. Distinguishes State v. Crespo

On December 3, 2008, The Honorable Joseph E. Slights, of the Superior Court of the State of Delaware, denied Defendant’s Motion to Suppress blood test evidence obtained in the Wilmington Police Station in State v. Cardona, a Vehicular Assault and felony DUI...

On February 2, 2009,Delaware Superior Court Judge Jerome O. Herlihy dismissed Plaintiff’s malicious prosecution claim against Kohl’s Department Stores, Inc., holding, as a matter of law, that Kohl’s had “probable cause” to have Plaintiff arrested.

On February 2, 2009, in the Delaware Superior Court case of Quatarone v. Kohl’s Department Stores, Inc., The Honorable Jerome O. Herlihy dismissed Plaintiffs’ malicious prosecution claim against defendant, holding as a matter of law, based upon undisputed...

Judge William C. Carpenter, Jr., in a January 30, 2009, decision grants Additur of $8,050.00 to one Plaintiff and denies new trial or additur to second plaintiff, in same Delaware motor vehicle accident, where a Delaware Superior Court jury had failed to

The Honorable William C. Carpenter, Jr., in his January 30, 2009 decision, upon Plaintiffs Motion for New Trial and/or Additur, in the Delaware Superior Court case of Delores A. Hinson and Juanita Scott v. Margarete R. Johnson, C.A. No. 06C-11-298 RRC, stemming from a...

On November 13, 2008, The Honorable Richard R. Cooch, a judge of the Delaware Superior Court, dismissed plaintiff’s personal injury motor vehicle lawsuit for Plaintiff’s failure to provide a competent medical expert witness’s opinion on causation.

In an opinion issued on November 13, 2008, in the Delaware Superior Court case of Clifton Cann v. Stephen Dunner, The Honorable Richard R. Cooch, Resident judge of New Castle County, granted Defendant’s Motion for Summary Judgement. Dismissing Plaintiff Clifton...

Delaware Superior Court Judge deny’s new trial where jury refuses to award Plaintiff any damages despite Court granting directed verdict as to Defendant’s liability for causing the motor vehicle accident.

On October 30, 2008, The Honorable Peggy L. Ableman, a Judge of the Delaware Superior Court, in the case of Christopher Campbell v. Kenneth A. Whorl, denied Plaintiff’s Motion for a New Trial and granted Defendant’s Motion for Costs in upholding the...