Davis v. State of Ohio, Cuyahoga County Common Pleas Case No. CV96-312322
April 6, 2000
order, opinion, motion in limine, Ethel Durkin, Homicide, Richard Eberling, Ohio Rule of Evidence 404, Ohio Rule of Evidence 608
Plaintiff seeks to admit evidence of the Durkin homicide beyond what has already been offered for two purposes: primarily, Plaintiff contends that there are sufficient similarities between the Durkin and Sheppard homicides to cause the Durkin homicide to be admissible as proof of Richard Eberling' s identity as the killer of Mrs. Sheppard. For the reasons set forth below, the State of Oho's motion in limine to limit further evidence of the Durkin homicide is GRANTED.
Suster, Judge Ronald, "Memorandum Opinion Regarding Further Admission of Evidence of the Durkin Homicide" (2000). 1995-2002 Court Filings. 133.