Based on the Kimberlins’ non-response to discovery sought by Aaron Walker in the Walker v. Kimberlin, et al. lawsuit, Aaron filed several motion withs the court, including a motion in limine requesting that the court disallow any testimony by Tetyana Kimberlin because she invoked her Fifth Amendment right against self-incrimination rather than answer deposition questions. [Aside: In limine is Latin for “at the edge.” A motion in limine is usually filed before a trial begins (at the edge of the trial) and seeks to exclude inadmissible evidence.] Here is Tetyana Kimberlin’s opposition to Aaron’s motion.
Here is Aaron’s reply.
Invoking the right remain silent about a topic requires that one remain silent about that topic.