And references to the federal rules of evidence are fre before trial 1 during the discovery phase when defending depositions object strategically to questions that are objectionable to preserve your objections for trial and if the deponent is your client instruct your client not to answer when appropriate 2 during the discovery phase be vigilant about not disclosing documents . In the law of the united states of america an objection is a formal protest raised in court during a trial to disallow a witnesss testimony or other evidence which would be in violation of the rules of evidence or other procedural law an objection is typically raised after the opposing party asks a question of the witness but before the witness can answer or when the opposing party is . Objections to evidence and testimony 1 32 objections to evidence and testimony from the ice files frcp stands for federal rules of civil procedure. Discovery and the stricter requirements for objections under the new federal rules 1 introduction and summary amendments to the federal rules of civil procedure were approved by the. Objection on cross and 2 actually allowed in some circumstances which circumstances depends on the court as louisiana and the federal rules differ but this basically covers all cases where leading
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