Pre And Post-Trial Motions: Including Motions In Limine
In this program you will learn the importance of Motions in Limine and Trial Motions, along with the nuanced procedural rules when making such applications to the trial court. A Motion in Limine is an incredibly important, yet often overlooked, part of a trial because it governs evidentiary issues that determine whether the jury sees or does not see certain evidentiary material. The civil practitioner must also be fully familiar with Trial Motions, which can remove one or more issues from a jury's consideration or save an entire case when a jury makes a mistake. You will learn how to identify essential pre-trial and post trial issues for the application of persuasive motions from a Criminal perspective.
Hon. Guy H. Mitchell, New York County Supreme Court Justice
Michael P. O'Brien, Esq., O'Brien Law Firm PLLC
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