Florida personal injury wrongful death attorney Steve Brooks talks about objections, something you may have heard of on television or in the movies.

There are several types of objections used during a trial. "Over ruled" is simply a response from the judge when they believe the objection has no legal basis. Another objection is "Sustained", which is when the judge agrees with the attorney. When an attorney asks too many questions at once, causing the witness to answer them at once, confusing the issue -- may sometimes end in an objection of "Cumulative". Also, "Speculative" is an objection in which what the witness is saying isn't based on the truth, but something they are guessing at. These types of objections are very typical, and our lawyers have the experience to deal with these courtroom situations. Watch the video to learn more.

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