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 within. 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 . Objections 13 argumentative 611a daubert challenges are covered under this objection and do not have to come pre trial improper impeachment 607 610 613 many things are improper impeachment but the most important factors of a correct impeachment are 1 have a concise question that the witness is currently not. A proper objection is both 1 timely and 2 specific enough that the judge can understand the grounds for the objection if a defense attorney fails to make a timely and specific objection the trial court and subsequent appeals courts will have deemed the issue waived by the defendant
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