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Not only can you, but you should. Nothing better than them opening an envelope full of motions and discovery. Plus you have a better shot at them missing something if you hit them all at once with it.

The clerk's office, I would assume, would rather have all your motions at once anyway. It will be easier for them to enter into the computer or file. I would use certified sending to the other side. I was able, with court approval, to use email. That really made it nice when they tried to "not get something." It does take away from the paperwork mountain you want to hit them with.

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