Most likely, none of the above. A motion in limine is a motion filed by a party to a lawsuit which asks the court for an order or ruling limiting or preventing certain evidence from being presented by the other side at the trial of the case. It appears that opposing counsel is using the defendants behavior to prove mens rea of the crime (mental state).
You should not attempt to represent yourself pro se. You posted this under civil motions, so you may not be entitled to court appointed counsel. Additionally, if this is a civil suit you may be looking at the criminal statute which would not apply. However, if this is a criminal case, and you can't afford an attorney, you should request that the court appoint one for you.
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