Motion in Limine | Definition

 

Course: Law

A Motion in Limine is a pretrial motion requesting the court to prohibit the other side from presenting, or even referring to, evidence on matters said to be so highly prejudicial that no steps taken by the judge can prevent the jury from being unduly influenced.


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