Ripps v. Powers
ORDER re: in-camera hrg held on 8/31/10 prior to the jury selection. Plf's 121 Motion in Limine was DENIED as to any reference to the oral agreement, but GRANTED as to the substance of the oral agreement or whether it had any force & effect a t any time beyond when it was first entered into; Plf's 122 Motion in Limine was deemed MOOT as set out; Dft's 127 Motion for Leave to Call Xavier Hartman as a Character Witness was DENIED as inadmissible. Plf's 123 Motion in Limine was deemed MOOT as set out. Signed by Judge Callie V. S. Granade on 8/31/10. (copy mailed to Dft on 8/31/10) (tot)
Ripps v. Powers
IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT FOR THE SOUTHERN DISTRICT OF ALABAMA SOUTHERN DIVISION GORDON RIPPS, Plaintiff, vs. D. LEON POWERS, Defendant. ) ) ) ) ) ) ) ) )
Civil Action No. 07-0832-CG-B
ORDER This matter came on for jury selection on August 31, 2010. Prior to the selection process the court held an in-camera hearing regarding pretrial motions at which the following rulings were rendered: Plaintiff's motion in limine to exclude evidence of the oral agreement or reference to the oral agreement (Doc. 121) was DENIED as to any reference to the oral agreement, but GRANTED as to the substance of the oral agreement or whether it had any force and effect at any time beyond when it was first entered into. Plaintiff's motion in limine to exclude evidence of defendant's ability to pay any judgment rendered against him and reference to said ability (Doc. 122) was deemed to be MOOT as the defendant represented that he did not intend to introduce such evidence. Defendant's motion for leave to call Xavier Hartman as a character witness (Doc. 127) was DENIED as inadmissible. Plaintiff's plaintiff's motion in limine to exclude character evidence and any reference to character evidence (Doc. 123) was deemed to be MOOT. DONE and ORDERED this 31st day of August, 2010. /s/ Callie V. S. Granade UNITED STATES DISTRICT JUDGE
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