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e.g. principle, consideration, jurisdiction
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object verb

to make a formal statement against something that has either happened or is about to happen during a court trial; asking for a judge to rule on the point immediately; asking a court not to allow a particular question asked of a witness on the basis that it is either legally not permitted, confusing in its wording or improper in form
The defense attorney objected to the prosecutor's line of questioning.

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