If the Prosecution intends to introduce certain evidence against you at a trial you shall be entitled to a hearing to determine the admissibility of that evidence. It is vital to employ a skilled attorney to advocate for you at a pretrial hearing. By precluding the Prosecutions evidence, one of two things can happen: 1) the people's case will be severely weakened; or 2) the case against you will be dismissed. In my career, I have conducted several hundred pretrial hearings. Accordingly, I have the experience your case requires and you should demand.