a request made by a party asking the court to prohibit the discussion or other presentation of a particular matter to the jury
a motion preliminary to trial, and advisory until finally determined at trial, to preclude the introduction of prejudicial matters to the jury
a motion preliminary to trial to prevent introduction of prejudicial matters, and an order ruling on such motion is advisory until finally determined at trial
a motion that seeks to exclude prejudicial evidence either before or during a trial
a motion to limit the scope of the evidence against the defendant
a motion used to preclude prejudicial or objectionable evidence before it is presented to the jury
a pretrial motion that seeks an order excluding inadmissible evidence and prohibiting questions concerning such evidence, without the necessity of having the questions asked and objections thereto made in front of the jury
a pretrial written motion used to preclude prejudicial statements and questions which have no proper bearing on the issues in the case and which if heard by the jury would interfere with a fair and impartial trial
a request filed by the opposing party for a pretrial ruling on the admissibility of evidence
a threshold motion, and a trial judge is at liberty to reconsider his or her prior rulings during the course of a single trial
a threshold motion that the trial judge is at liberty to reconsider during the course of a single trial
a written pretrial motion to preclude evidence which would have no proper bearing on the issues and would prejudice the jury
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.
A motion requesting the court to exclude or limit certain types of documentary evidence and/or testimony which is not relevant to the issues or is unfairly prejudicial. Most commonly done prior to commencement of the trial.
A motion made by counsel requesting that information which might be prejudicial not be allowed to be heard in a case.
A pretrial motion that requests a ruling from the court to prohibit the opposing party from raising a particular, highly prejudicial issue at trial.
A pretrial motion where a party requests a ruling from the court that prohibits the opposing party from raising a particular, highly prejudicial issue at trial.
A motion asking the court not to allow anyone to mention something at trial. For example, if something in your past has nothing to do with your case but would tend to make a jury think less of you, you would ask the court for a motion in limine forbidding anyone from mentioning that thing in front of the jury.
A motion made by an attorney asking that some prejudicial information not be allowed to be heard in the case.