What is an Objections to Evidence?

Objections to evidence are protests regarding the legal propriety of evidence offered by the opposing side at a hearing, trial or other proceeding. Objections to evidence are based on the rules of evidence that apply in a particular jurisdiction. Common objections to evidence include hearsay, lack of foundation, lack of relevance, parol evidence; and best evidence rule.

Objections to Evidence

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