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Judge Denies 2 Novell Motions: for Mistrial and to Allow Evidence
Monday, March 15 2010 @ 08:12 PM EDT

It seems Novell moved for mistrial on March 15 at the trial in SCO v. Novell. And there has been a decision on Novell's motion to allow evidence. The docket doesn't yet reflect the order on the motion to allow evidence, but you can see that it happened in this, the full text of the order on the oral motion by Novell for a mistrial:
This matter is before the Court on Defendantís Motion for Mistrial, made orally on March 15, 2010. For the same reasons stated in denying Defendantís Motion to Allow Evidence Responding to SCOís Allegation that Novellís Slander Continues ďTo This Very Day,Ē Defendantís Motion for Mistrial is DENIED.
As soon as we have the order providing "the same reasons, I'll update this article.

Here's the order that we do have:

03/15/2010 - 799 - ORDER DENYING DEFENDANTS ORAL MOTION FOR MISTRIAL. Signed by Judge Ted Stewart on 03/15/2010. (asp) (Entered: 03/15/2010)

Update: A tiny hint further:

03/15/2010 - 800 - Minute Entry for proceedings held before Judge Ted Stewart: Jury Trial held on 3/15/2010. Our of the hearing of the jury, defendants move for a mistrial. The Court takes the matter under advisement. Trial continues. Testimony heard, exhibits admitted. Attorney for Plaintiff: Stuart Singer, Edward Normand, Brent Hatch, Attorney for Defendant Sterling Brennan, Eric Acker, Michael Jacobs. Court Reporter: Patti Walker, Kelly Hicken, Laura Robinson. (slm) (Entered: 03/15/2010)


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