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What does it mean to file a motion to suppress?

A motion to suppress is filed to challenge the admissibility of evidence against you in your case, usually based on constitutional grounds.

The most common forms of a motion to suppress are a motion to suppress evidence that was obtained in an illegal search. Also, a common motion to suppress would be to suppress statements that may have been given in violation of the Miranda warnings.

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