Offer of Proof

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Proffers 101: When to Make Your Offer of Proof

Where a party challenges a trial court’s ruling excluding testimony, appellate courts generally require the substance of the excluded evidence to have been set forth on the record or else the challenge will not be properly...more

Tips For Preserving The Record: The “Opening The Door” Opportunity And The Art Of The Proffer

Trial courts make evidentiary rulings both before and during trial, and trial lawyers should be alert to the opportunity to request the court to revisit its earlier rulings during the course of trial. ...more

Important Buyback Victory

There was a very favorable development recently in one of my buyback cases. The federal district court in Miami issued a final order that has great potential application to other buyback suits, whether already pending or...more

To Renew Or Not To Renew: Preserving Objections To Evidentiary Rulings

Under Florida’s Evidence Code, “[i]f a court has made a definitive ruling on the record admitting or excluding evidence, either at or before trial, a party need not renew an objection or make an offer of proof to preserve a...more

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