Trial Objections

When and how to make and meet objections more successfully. This quick-reference book covers the full range of objections, complete with over 100 pattern objections, tactics, forms, suggested responses, necessary foundations and hundreds of state and federal cases.
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The 2018 edition of Trial Objections will help you get your evidence in and keep your opponent’s evidence out. Author Rogge Dunn has added new cases throughout the book, spanning the entirety of the trial process, from motions in limine to closing argument. The new cases cover objections related to these topics and more:

VOIR DIRE

  • Indoctrinating the jury
  • Peremptory strikes—Batson
  • Researching potential jurors via social media

OPENING STATEMENT

  • Insurance coverage
  • Subsequent remedial measures/repairs
  • Settlement negotiations
  • Appeals to sympathy and prejudice

DEMONSTRATIVE EVIDENCE

  • Summaries of voluminous documents
  • Models
  • Demonstrations/recreations/experiments
  • Photographs
  • Electronic evidence: videotaped images; animations/simulations

ATTORNEY MISCONDUCT

  • Attack upon counsel
  • Criticism of opponent’s evidence
  • Incorporation of incompetent or irrelevant facts
  • Reference to ethnic background
  • Testifying by counsel

JUDICIAL MISCONDUCT

  • Commenting on evidence
  • Examining witness
  • Judicial notice of an adjudicative fact
  • Judges and social media

JURY MISCONDUCT

  • Consideration of matters not in evidence
  • Communications with parties or counsel

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