Did you know that it is insufficient to state the basis for an objection to the introduction of certain testimony only in post-trial memoranda? The basis for the objection must be put on the record at the time the objection is made to the testimony at trial. See Greensleeves, Inc. v. Smiley, No. 2010-230-Appeal at 19 n.15.
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By Nicole J. Benjamin on November 12, 2015