Ozdemir v. State


Oral Argument
05/14/14 – 05/14/14

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In this oral argument before the Delaware Supreme Court, Nicole Walker, the attorney representing defendant Christina Ozdemir, sought to reverse her client's convictions, asserting that the lower court abused its discretion and violated her rights to due process and confrontation. On May 28, 2013, Ms. Ozdemir was indicted on two counts of felony interference with custody. The State of Delaware claimed Ms. Ozdemir unlawfully withheld the children from the father even though he had custodial rights to them. She was convicted of both counts and immediately sentenced to probation.


The judgments of conviction were reversed and the matter was remanded for further action. Jurisdiction was not retained.


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