- A phrase used to refer to a matter that is addressed at the start, usually as a preliminary issue
- A term that pertains to a request, proposal, or order concerning the acceptance of evidence, especially when there is a desire to exclude it due to potential bias or harm
- The attorney filed an in limine motion to prevent any mention of his client's prior arrests during the trial.
- The judge ruled on the in limine issue before the jury was even called in.
- In their in limine motion, the defense sought to exclude certain harmful evidence from being presented.