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A motion asking the court to limit or throw out evidence so that it cannot be used by the opponent at trial. This is similar to a motion to suppress. For example, in a murder case, there may be evidence that a person committed other violent crimes, but that information can be prevented from being entered if they have not been convicted of those crimes or if the crimes are irrelevant to the current case.
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