What is an Opposition To A Motion In Limine?

An opposition to a motion in limine requests that the court refuse to exclude certain evidence from introduction at trial. The opposition must argue that the evidence at issue is legally admissible at trial, and counter the moving party’s claims that the evidence is irrelevant, unfairly prejudicial, hearsay, or inadmissible for any other reason. Opposition papers are usually supported by a statement of facts, a legal brief or memorandum with citations to legal authority, and if necessary, exhibits, declarations, and affidavits.

In Limine Oppositions

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