when discussing things with your attorney, is it imperative that they know all that you do,or are some things best left uspoken? I always wondered if in the OJ trial, did his defense attorneys "know" , like what came out in the public trial whereby most all of the evidence pointed to him being guilty, that there was a great chance he committed the murder and from there, crafted a great defense around this information? Do you understand my question?
With the government as a plaintiff, would this dampen the chances of the court granting a motion to exclude the individual from the suit or is it in the written motion to exclude citing similiar cases that have excluded which would be the strength?
what would be some big bullets to have in a motion to exclude that you might suggest?
what I was asking was; Being the US Government is the Plaintiff, would the court lean towards denying any "motion to exclude" and individual from a suit that names a corp and individual? The US Govt. being seen as more important and correct, therefore, the court leaning automaticaly in their favor?
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