A Motion in Limine is a request to the Court, usually just prior to trial. It is often designed to stress out the opposition, to make more needless work, and to raise issues that the individual party believes to be important.
Motions in Limine are generally reserved for those last minute issues that the lawyer sometimes forgets about until trial preparation forces a new awareness of potential issues.
In the attached memorandum, the attorney for the defendant argues against the government's opposition to the word "government."
The lawyer for the accused, Drew Justice, argues that other terms should be equally applicable for the defense.
The lawyer describes himself as Captain Justice, Guardian of the Realm, and Leader of the Resistance, representing the Citizen Accused.
This is funny. Enjoy a "brief" read.