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   NEWS AT FIRST GLANCE November 12, 2014
Resident Judge Witham On WHYY
On Veterans Day, Tuesday, November 11, 2014, Resident Judge William L. Witham Jr. discussed our Veterans Treatment Court on WHYY-FM, NPR Philadelphia.
Resident Judge Witham Presenter At Seminar
On October 30th, 2014, Resident Judge William L. Witham Jr. was a guest speaker at the First Annual Delaware Firearms Seminar, sponsored by the Delaware Association of Second Amendment Lawyers. The Judge’s presentation is on “Procedures for Obtaining a License to Carry Concealed Weapon: Standards for Court Hearing and Appeal Rights – Tips for Lawyers.
Superior Court Administrative Directive 2014-4
Effective October 13, 2014, Administrative Directive 2014-4, Consecutive/Concurrent Sentence of Confinement. A sentence of confinement of any criminal defendant shall be made to run consecutively with any other sentence of confinement imposed on such criminal defendant, unless a sentencing judge expressly provides that a sentence of confinement shall be made to run concurrently with another sentence of confinement. View >>
Veterans Treatment Court Expands to Sussex County
Superior Court’s Veterans Treatment Court will expand to Sussex County starting October 30, 2014. Both Resident Judge William L. Witham Jr. who presides over the Kent County Veterans Court and Judge Richard F. Stokes who will now oversee the Sussex County Veterans Court are themselves veterans. Judge Stokes sees the court’s “goal in all of this is to get a bridge for the veteran back into society.”  MORE>>
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Wilmington, DE 19801
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Dover, DE 19901
Telephone 302.735.1900
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Georgetown, DE 19947
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Complex Commercial Litigation Division
Delaware now has another venue to handle complex commercial and business litigation cases. Superior Court launched a new Complex Commercial Litigation Division to improve upon the Court’s administrative handling of these cases. View complete details >>
Trade Names Online Database
Superior Court's online Trade, Business & Fictitious Names database is available to search for active, registered Delaware Trade, Business and Fictitious Names to determine if you are registering a unique name. View complete instructions, forms, and details >>
Mortgage Foreclosure Mediation
This joint Superior Court/State mediation program exists to help homeowners facing foreclosure. The program provides a way for homeowners to participate in a court mediation with a trained mediator, counselors and their lender. Click for HELP with Delaware Foreclosure >>
Project Rightful Owner's Unclaimed Money
Unclaimed money for excess proceeds that arise when the value of the property sold at Sheriff's Sales exceeds the amount of money needed to pay all recorded liens and mortgages. As of June 2014 the Court has disbursed over $6 mil to the rightful owners. View complete details >>
Litigation Study Ranks Court No. 1
A national survey ranks Delaware’s litigation environment first in the country for fairness. The survey, Lawsuit Climate: Ranking the States shows that Superior Court has again led the other 49 states to be ranked number one as it has done since the first survey in 2002. View study >>