Jeffery Scott v. State of Delaware


Oral Argument
11/29/06 – 11/29/06

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Case Overview: The defendant-appellant, Jeffrey Scott (“Scott”), appeals his Superior Court judgments of conviction for Murder in the Second Degree and Possession of a Deadly Weapon During the Commission of a Felony. Scott presents two arguments on appeal.

Proceedings Overview: First, Scott contends that there were no exigent circumstances to justify the issuance of a nighttime search warrant. Second, Scott contends that the restriction on cross-examination of April Stinson, a State witness, was an abuse of discretion.

Outcome: The Supreme Court of Delaware affirms the judgment below.


The Supreme Court of Delaware affirms the judgment below.


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