objection

objection
A protest against an act or omission. A statement of ground of opposition, for example, to the establishment of a highway. 25 Am J1st High § 25. A protest against a determination by the court, especially a ruling upon the admissibility of evidence. The ordinary method of raising in the trial court a question which would not otherwise appear upon the record, the matter being brought to the attention of the trial court for his ruling, and, when the ruling is adverse, followed with an exception thereto to be noted in the record. Calling attention in a proceeding before an administrative body to nonobservance or noncompliance with the provisions of the law. 2 Am J2d Admin L § 425. See exception; protest.

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