Excluding evidence of past settlement and accidents



I was wondering what Caselaw and/or Statute has to say about Colorado law and having a motion of limine regarding excluding past settlements and accidents. Thanks.

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Posted by Anonymous
Asked on April 14, 2020 5:18 am
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Colo Rules of Evidence, Rule 408, prevents settlement communications from later being used as evidence in a trial.
If you are preparing for trial, it would likely be worth your time and effort to spend an hour to two with one of our Trial Attorneys to review your case, your evidence, discuss the trial process, Rules of Evidence, strategy, etc.
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Answered on April 14, 2020 9:17 am