You took on your civil case without a lawyer. Despite being nervous and angry, you persevered. You made it through the complaint, answer, and discovery stages against two lawyers. You survived multiple hearings in front of a hard-nosed judge. You’re proud of yourself. Then, a lawyer presses his finger on the one incident in your background that severely weakens your case. Uh oh. What do you do? Consider a motion in limine. It’s one way to suppress or explain your oops.
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