IN LIMINE

IN LIMINE

in limine (in lim-[schwa]-nee), adv. [Latin ¡°at the outset¡±] Preliminarily; presented to only the judge, before or during trial (a question to be decided in limine). See MOTION IN LIMINE. [Cases: Criminal Law 632(4); Federal Civil Procedure 2011; Pretrial Procedure

3. C.J.S. Criminal Law ¡ì¡ì 448, 456, 458.]


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