Davis v. State of Ohio, Cuyahoga County Common Pleas Case No. CV96-312322
state's filing, motion in limine, exhibits, Richard Eberling, Ethel Durkin, Ohio Evid.R. 401, Ohio Evid.R. 402, Ohio Evid.R. 403, Ohio Evid.R. 404
The State of Ohio seeks to exclude Plaintiff's Exhibits 65, 66, and 67, which include two documents and one article relating to the death Ethel Durkin. The State argues that this type of evidence can only be used prove "motive, opportunity, intent, preparation, plan, knowledge, identity, or absence of mistake or accident," and the Estate is not using it for one of those express purposes.
Motion was granted by Memorandum Opinion Regarding Motions in Limine, but the court will reconsider if Plaintiff establishes a basis for allowing other acts evidence.
Mason, William D. and Cassidy, Marilyn B., "Motion in Limine to Exclude Plaintiff's Proposed Exhibits (#65, 66, 67)" (2000). 1995-2002 Court Filings. 75.