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Wilson v. Jackson

IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT FOR THE SOUTHERN DISTRICT OF ILLINOIS


July 2, 2007

BRENDA WILSON, AS MOTHER AND NEXT FRIEND OF TENIESHA ADAMS, A MINOR, AND TENIESHA ADAMS, PLAINTIFFS,
v.
PHYLLIS JACKSON, DEFENDANT.

The opinion of the court was delivered by: Reagan, District Judge

ORDER ON PLAINTIFFS' MOTION IN LIMINE

The Court Orders as follows:

Doc. 40: Plaintiff's Motion in Limine with subparts -

That the Court exclude any and all evidence, references to evidence, testimony or argument relating to the follow matters:

1. That the Estelle Sauget Academic Center had, prior to the date of the occurrences, September 20, 2005, been designated as an alternative school for students with behavior problem is GRANTED by agreement of the parties;

2. Any incidents or occurrences involving the minor Plaintiff subsequent to September 20, 2005, is GRANTED as to voir dire and opening statement; ruling is reserved as to cross-examination of Plaintiff;

3. The minor Plaintiff's disciplinary or scholastic record prior to September 20, 2005, is GRANTED as to voir dire and opening statement; ruling is reserved as to cross-examination of Plaintiff;

4. Any incidents or occurrences involving the minor Plaintiff before September 20, 2005, is GRANTED as to voir dire and opening statement; ruling is reserved as to cross-examination of Plaintiff;

5. That the minor Plaintiff was suspended in 2006 for allegedly having a knife in her school locker is GRANTED by agreement of the parties;

6. That Plaintiffs filed a previous lawsuit against the school district and its employees is GRANTED as to voir dire and opening statement; ruling is reserved as to cross-examination of Plaintiff;

7. An alleged telephone call received by Defendant by an unknown woman claiming that Plaintiffs were "not being honest" in their claim is GRANTED by agreement of the parties;

8. That the minor Plaintiff was sent to a military-like academy in Rantoul, Illinois, subsequent to the date of the occurrence is GRANTED by agreement of the parties; and

9. That Plaintiff Wilson was previously arrested without first demonstrating that any arrests resulted in a conviction which complies with Fed.R.Evid. 609 is GRANTED.

For docketing purposes, Plaintiff's Motion in Limine (Doc. 40) is GRANTED IN PART AND DENIED IN PART, as set forth above.

IT IS SO ORDERED.

MICHAEL J. REAGAN United States District Judge

20070702

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