Example[edit] Examples of motions in limine would be that the attorney for the defendant may ask the judge to refuse to admit into evidence any personal information, or medical, criminal or financial records, using the legal grounds that these records are irrelevant, immaterial, unreliable, or unduly prejudicial, and/or that their probative value is outweighed by the prejudicial result to the defendant, or that the admittance of such information or evidence would otherwise violate one of the court's rules of evidence. A party proffering certain evidence can also ask for the admission of certain information or evidence via a motion in limine. If the motion in limine to exclude evidence is granted, then the excluded records are prohibited from being presented without specific approval from the judge at the time the party wants to offer the evidence. A reference to such "highly prejudicial" evidence contrary to the tribunal's order is a ground for a mistrial.[5]:1033


Governing laws[edit] Most motions in limine in federal courts are governed by the Federal Rules of Evidence. Some others arise under the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure for failure to comply with discovery.[2][3]


References[edit] ^ FRE 403 ^ a b http://federalevidence.com/rules-of-evidence ^ a b https://www.law.cornell.edu/rules/frcp/ ^ http://legal-dictionary.thefreedictionary.com/Motion+in+limine ^ a b Garner, Brian A., ed. (1999). "in limine". Black's Law Dictionary (7th ed.). St. Paul, Minnesota: West Group.  Retrieved from "https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Motion_in_limine&oldid=787771710" Categories: Latin legal terminologyLegal motionsEvidence law


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