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A Motion to Strike is to have information removed from the pleading that is "redundant, immaterial, impertinent, or scandalous". Rule 1.140
. If you want the entire case decided in your favor, a Motion to Strike is not the means of accomplishing it. If the plaintiff had filed a Joint Pretrial Statement with which you disagreed entirely, then you could file a Motion to Strike. However, where it's a unilateral pretrial statement, your option is to file your own pretrial statement setting forth your version of events.
If you are asking the judge to rule in your favor because the plaintiff has not complied with the Rules of Court, or not done what the judge has ordered him to do, then the option would be a Motion for Sanctions. The judge will only entirely dismiss a case due to a failure to comply with the rules in very egregious circumstances.
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