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Unformatted text preview: d but unnamed ground existed for exclusion of the evidence! KEY! Similarly, if an objection naming an untenable ground is sustained, the ruling will not be upheld on appeal on the basis of an unnamed valid ground if the valid ground might have been obviated by the proponent had it been raised at the trial. Parts o If part of an offer is admissible and part inadmissible, an objection to the whole, even if it names a valid
specific ground, may be properly overruled, and the entire offer admitted, if the objector fails to specify properly which part or parts of the offer are inadmissible. MUST SPECIFY THE PARTS THAT ARE INADMISSIBLE OR THE WHOLE THING MAY BE LET IN!!! But, if the court decides to exclude the entire offer, the party who offered the overbroad evidence, cannot complain that the admissible part was excluded. Should have properly portioned out your evidence! o Parties Purposes MCEWEN v. TEXAS & PACIFIC RAILWAY CO. [Objections and Motions to Strike Specificity Requirement: FRE 103(a)] Facts/Procedural Posture:...
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