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In limine

The term “In limine” is derived from Latin and means “at the threshold” or “on the threshold.” In legal settings, it is often used to describe motions or objections that one party makes to a court before or at the start of a trial. These objections usually deal with matters such as the admissibility of evidence, procedural issues, or other legal concerns that should be resolved before the trial proceeds. The purpose of these motions is to ensure a fair and well-organized trial process by addressing potential issues at the earliest stage possible.

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