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A quick guide to making and responding to objections in court.
A list of common objections and responses.
Use to review by objection category (form of question or admissibility).
The information contained herein is not legal advice nor should it be construed as such. Attorneys should refer to the Federal Rules of Evidence or applicable state rules governing the practice of law and State Rules of Evidence. By using this product, no attorney-client relationship is created by the provider and owner of this guide.
What's New in Version 5.02
- ** New Rules added ** - Louisiana
- ** New Rules added ** - New Jersey
- Added illustrations and examples section for Authentication rules (Federal rule of evidence 901, Georgia rule of evidence 24-9-901, Illinois rule of evidence 901, Louisiana rule of evidence 901, Pennsylvania rules of evidence 901 and Texas rule of evidence 901).
Corrections to some Georgia rules in prior version 5.01
Thank you for an excellent courtroom aid. Your app keeps getting better and better. Add voice inputs, please.