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Shirrell v. Billing

United States District Court, S.D. Illinois

May 11, 2018

DAVID A. SHIRRELL and STACY SHIRRELL, Plaintiffs,
v.
RANJIT SINGH BILLING, and 2154720 ONTARIO, INC., an Ontario Corporation, d/b/a ROADSHIP FREIGHT SYSTEMS, Defendants.

          ORDER

          MICHAEL J. REAGAN United States District Judge

         On April 30, 2018, Plaintiffs filed their motion in limine (Doc. 25, containing 32 sub-parts). Defendants responded on May 7, 2018, and opposed only a portion of Plaintiffs' motion. (Doc. 31). Having reviewed the positions of the parties, the Court rules as follows, using the numbering in Plaintiffs' motion:

1. Barring reference to proposition that Plaintiffs must prove a specific dollar amount of damages: Motion is GRANTED by agreement of the parties.
2. Barring reference to objections or asserted claims of privilege during discovery and pretrial proceedings: Motion is GRANTED by agreement of the parties.
3. Barring reference to failure to mitigate damages: Motion is GRANTED by agreement of the parties.
4. Barring reference to the effect this case will have on insurance premiums: Motion is GRANTED by agreement of the parties.
5. Barring evidence of tax free investments, Plaintiffs' ability to live on accrued interest, and Plaintiffs' ability to invest any award: Motion is GRANTED by agreement of the parties.
6. Barring reference to tort reform: Motion is GRANTED by agreement of the parties.
7. Barring evidence of free government medical services that might be available to Plaintiffs now or in the future: Motion is GRANTED by agreement of the parties.
8. Barring reference to Plaintiff's worker's compensation claim: Motion is GRANTED by agreement of the parties.
9. Barring reference to whether damage award might cause a financial hardship on Defendants: Motion is GRANTED by agreement of the parties.
10. Barring speculation or argument about the substance of the testimony of any absent or unavailable witness: Motion is GRANTED by agreement of the parties.
11. Barring reference to Plaintiffs failure to call any witness equally available to all parties: Motion is GRANTED by agreement of the parties.
12. Barring reference by Defendants to any ex parte statement or report of any person not present in court to testify and to be cross-examined by Plaintiffs' counsel: Motion ...

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