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A motion (usually on behalf of a criminal defendant) to disallow certain evidence in an upcoming trial. example: a confession which the defendant alleges was signed while he was drunk or without the reading of his miranda rights. since the motion is made at the threshold of the trial, it is a motion in limine, which is Latin for “at the threshold.”

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