State v. Sloman
In State v. Sloman, 886 A.2d 1257, 1265 (Del. 2005), the defendant was convicted of felony Driving Under the Influence and sentenced in Superior Court. (Sloman, 886 A.2d at 1258.)
The Superior Court modified Defendant's sentence after a request from a Treatment Access Center case manager.
The DOJ challenged the Superior Court's authority to modify its own order.
The Delaware Supreme Court affirmed the sentence modification and stated that Delaware courts "have the inherent power to vacate, modify or set aside their judgments or orders."