United States v. Weinland

Full title: UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, Plaintiff, v. RONALD E. WEINLAND, Defendant.

Court: UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT EASTERN DISTRICT OF KENTUCKY NORTHERN DIVISION (at Covington)

Date published: May 30, 2012

Facts

The United States has moved the Court to exclude the proposed expert opinion testimony of the following defense witnesses: Norman Williams, Taylor Trusty, and David or Douglas Schoepf. [Record No. 34] The United States argues that the Court should exclude Mr. Williams’ proposed expert testimony because he is not qualified to testify to a matter relevant to the case. [Id., p. 5] Only the government’s objection to the proposed testimony of Norman Williams will be addressed herein.

Issue

Decision

Based on the foregoing analysis, it is hereby

ORDERED that the United States’ motion in limine regarding the proposed expert testimony of Norman Williams [Record No. 34] is granted concerning testimony regarding the quality of the government’s investigation. The motion is denied concerning Williams’ proposed testimony concerning the defendant’s record-keeping practices and transfers of money to the extent that such testimony is based on Williams’ review of relevant documents and records in light of his specialized knowledge.

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