Charles Snyderman's answer If the Court issued an opinion, use Google Scholar to find a copy. If the case is pending, try visiting the Clerk's office. If that is too inconvenient, you can look up a case using the Pacer system. You can read about the Pacer system on the Court's website.
Charles Snyderman's answer I don't practice criminal law, and so I don't know the answer. However, I suggest that you contact the Delaware Department of Justice and ask them your question. They will help you. Their website is www.attorneygeneral.Delaware.gov/
Charles Snyderman's answer When a judgment has been paid in full, the person who obtained the judgment is required to have the judgment satisfied. The satisfaction is a public record, and it shows the debt is no longer owed.
Charles Snyderman's answer I wish you provided more information. However, based on the question you asked, I am assuming that you asked the Superior Court for a new trial, and that your request was denied. You then appealed the decision denying your request for a new trial, and you won that appeal. If these are the facts, you should read the decision and order from the Supreme Court. It will say whether you can have a new trial. If you still have questions, you should contact an attorney to review the documents.
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