Slusher v. Samu, et al
Minute Entry for proceedings held before Judge Walker D. Miller. Motion Hearing/Status Conference/Continued Trial Preparation Conference held on 10/22/2009. granting in part and denying in part 309 Order on Motion in Limine; granting in part and denying in part 310 Order on Motion in Limine; denying 311 Order on Motion in Limine. (Court Reporter Kara Spitler) (pabcd)
IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT FOR THE DISTRICT OF COLORADO SENIOR JUDGE WALKER D. MILLER COURTROOM MINUTES Courtroom Deputy: Kathy Preuitt-Parks Court Reporter: Kara Spitler Date: October 22, 2009 Time: 53 minutes
CASE NO. 04-cv-02187-WDM-KLM Parties FLOYD DAVID SLUSHER, Plaintiff (s), vs. JOHN REILLY, et al, Defendant (s). Andrew Ringel Edmond Kennedy Counsel Nadia Malik Sarah Mastalir
CONTINUED TRIAL PREPARATION CONFERENCE 11:32 a.m. COURT IN SESSION
APPEARANCES OF COUNSEL. Court and counsel discuss pending pretrial matters. Court addresses the parties objections to the proposed jury instructions.
Page Two 04-cv-02187-WDM-KLM October 22, 2009 ORDERED: Plaintiff's Motion in Limine to Exclude Evidence of Inmate Witnesses Randy Burke's and Martin Williams' Prior Criminal Convictions (Doc #309), filed 10/2/09 is GRANTED in PART and DENIED in PART. ORDERED: Plaintiff's Motion in Limine to Exclude Evidence of Plaintiff's Prior Criminal Convictions (Doc #310), filed 10/2/09 is GRANTED in PART and DENIED in PART. ORDERED: Plaintiff's Motion in Limine to Exclude Irrelevant Evidence (Doc #311), filed 10/2/09 is DENIED. Ms. Mastalir requests that Exhibit 45 be substituted and redacted. Objection by Mr. Ringel. ORDERED: Exhibit 45 shall be redacted. Counsel may submit a limiting instruction for the jury to account for the redaction. ORDERED: Witness Martin Williams may testify by telephone or video conference. 12:25 p.m. COURT IN RECESS 53 minutes
Total in court time: Hearing concluded
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