Posted on April 7, 2017 by Julie Brook, Esq.
A proponent of evidence can counter anticipated objections with a motion in limine before trial starts, but usually counsel counters objections to evidence after the opponent objects at trial. Here are eight ways to do it. Continue reading
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Posted on February 3, 2014 by Julie Brook, Esq.
Play it safe and make an offer of proof whenever you’re introducing evidence. Even if your evidence is excluded after a motion in limine or a trial objection, an offer of proof will preserve the record for appeal. Continue reading
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