contemporaneous objection rule

contemporaneous objection rule
Rule which requires that a specific and timely objection be made to the admission of evidence for the question of its admissibility to be considered on appeal. Jensen v. Jensen, 205 Kan. 465, 470 P.2d 829, 831

Black's law dictionary. . 1990.

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