Preservation of Error: It's More Than Shouting "Objection!"

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In the trial court, lawyers are generally focused on winning their trails (as they should be). Most lawyers are aware that they must also be mindful to make certain objections in the trial court. . . in case things go badly at trial and the lawyers need to seek relief from the court of appeals. But many lawyers do not realize that error preservation often requires much more than shouting "objection!"

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