what does Omnibus Motion Pursuant to MD rule 4-252 Maryland Rules of Procedure mean..??
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Typically the omnibus motion contains all of the pretrial motions that the Maryland Rules require be made in writing. These are filed instead of specific motions, so that attorneys can meet the filing deadline and preserve the opportinity to argue the motions in court later, even when little is known about the evidence, because discovery has not yet been completed.
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