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Hi there: I asked this yesterday but never got an answer. I

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Hi there:
I asked this yesterday but never got an answer.
I have a case where I am acting as Pro Se that was removed to federal court. It has now been consolidated with a similar federal case I already had there. The judge said we could "re-file any pending motions from the now procedurally closed case" and we have two weeks to do so. I have approximately 5 pending motions, all related to a remand I wrote. When I wrote them I was new to this legal world, and the motions were rather rambling and off point at times. I would prefer to now consolidate them into one shorter and more legally acceptable motion. However to alter them might be against the rules. Can I motion the court for leave to file a condensed or altered version of the motions, or is this against federal rules of procedure? If there is a provision to do so, can you please point me to the particular rule so that I may cite it in the motion?

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Submitted: 4 years ago.
Category: Legal
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