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12th Apr '17 3:09:09 PM SenorCornholio
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'''Fletcher:''' [[CannotTellALie Because it's]] ''[[CannotTellALie devastating]]'' [[CannotTellALie to my case!]]\\

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'''Fletcher:''' [[CannotTellALie [[WillNotTellALie Because it's]] ''[[CannotTellALie ''[[WillNotTellALie devastating]]'' [[CannotTellALie [[WillNotTellALie to my case!]]\\
12th Apr '17 2:56:19 PM SenorCornholio
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->'''Fletcher:''' Your Honour, I object!\\

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->'''Fletcher:''' Your Honour, Honor, I object!\\



'''Fletcher:''' Because it's ''devastating'' to my case!

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'''Fletcher:''' [[CannotTellALie Because it's ''devastating'' it's]] ''[[CannotTellALie devastating]]'' [[CannotTellALie to my case!case!]]\\
'''Judge:''' Overruled.\\
'''Fletcher:''' [[SincerityMode Good call!]]
10th Mar '17 10:49:50 AM BattleMaster
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* ''Series/{{JAG}}'': Deconstructed in the second season episode "Rendezvous", when incriminating evidence is presented and the defendant asks defense counsel to object.

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* ''Series/{{JAG}}'': ''Series/{{JAG}}'':
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Deconstructed in the second season episode "Rendezvous", when incriminating evidence is presented and the defendant asks defense counsel to object.


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** Inverted for laughs in another episode, when Bud is so tired and overworked that he ends up nodding off in the middle of a case. Mack, who's the presiding judge, has to wake him up to ask him if he wants to object to something the prosecutor said.
7th Mar '17 5:37:15 PM nombretomado
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* This one goes [[OlderThanTelevision way back]], as shown by the MarxBrothers:

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* This one goes [[OlderThanTelevision way back]], as shown by the MarxBrothers:Creator/MarxBrothers:
12th Jan '17 7:31:58 PM infernape612
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** During the third case, as Wendy Oldbag [[MotorMouth rattles on about her life]], Edgeworth eventually cuts her off with "'''''Objection!''''' O-objection! I... object to the witness's talkativeness." [[SubvertedTrope The judge sustains]]. [[TruthInTelevision That is actually a valid objection]]: an attorney can object to a narrative response if it goes beyond what was asked[[note]]He also could have objected with "nothing pending", "irrelevant", and "non-responsive"; "non-responsive" in the context of a trial can mean that the witness gave an answer to a question that was not asked, which naturally extends to "will not shut up."[[/note]] As the player learns well in the next case, in fact, because the prosecutor for that one uses that kind of objection very heavily.

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** During the third case, as Wendy Oldbag [[MotorMouth rattles on about her life]], Edgeworth eventually cuts her off with "'''''Objection!''''' O-objection! I... object to the witness's talkativeness." [[SubvertedTrope The judge sustains]]. [[TruthInTelevision That is actually a valid objection]]: an attorney can object to a narrative response if it goes beyond what was asked[[note]]He asked.[[note]]He also could have objected with "nothing pending", "irrelevant", and "non-responsive"; "non-responsive" in the context of a trial can mean that the witness gave an answer to a question that was not asked, which naturally extends to "will not shut up."[[/note]] As the player learns well in the next case, in fact, because the prosecutor for that one uses that kind of objection very heavily.
9th Dec '16 5:18:14 PM LordDynasmon
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** Again, in Apollo's first trial when Apollo's shout of "objection" is so loud and purposefully drawn out that it ''has to be spelled out in the normal text'' rather then getting a objection bubble. The Judge tells him off for shouting his objection so loudly, then Apollo comes up with a legitimate reason for his objection.

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** Again, in Apollo's first trial when Apollo's shout of "objection" is so loud and purposefully drawn out that it ''has to be spelled out in the normal text'' rather then than getting a objection bubble. The Judge tells him off for shouting his objection so loudly, then Apollo comes up with a legitimate reason for his objection.
6th Dec '16 2:22:41 PM MarsJenkar
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** During the third case, as Wendy Oldbag [[MotorMouth rattles on about her life]], Edgeworth eventually cuts her off with "'''''Objection!''''' O-objection! I... object to the witness's talkativeness." [[SubvertedTrope The judge sustains]]. [[TruthInTelevision That is actually a valid objection]]: an attorney can object to a narrative response if it goes beyond what was asked[[note]]He also could have objected with "nothing pending," "irrelevant," and "non-responsive," since "non-responsive" isn't limited to literally not responding but also extends to "will not shut up."[[/note]] As the player learns well in the next case, in fact, because the prosecutor for that one uses that kind of objection very heavily.

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** During the third case, as Wendy Oldbag [[MotorMouth rattles on about her life]], Edgeworth eventually cuts her off with "'''''Objection!''''' O-objection! I... object to the witness's talkativeness." [[SubvertedTrope The judge sustains]]. [[TruthInTelevision That is actually a valid objection]]: an attorney can object to a narrative response if it goes beyond what was asked[[note]]He also could have objected with "nothing pending," "irrelevant," pending", "irrelevant", and "non-responsive," since "non-responsive"; "non-responsive" isn't limited in the context of a trial can mean that the witness gave an answer to literally a question that was not responding but also asked, which naturally extends to "will not shut up."[[/note]] As the player learns well in the next case, in fact, because the prosecutor for that one uses that kind of objection very heavily.
22nd Oct '16 1:03:52 AM The_Winchester_Kid
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*In the final episode of ''Series/TheITCrowd'' a central piece of evidence in Vicroria's case is a sex tape made by Douglas Reynholm. After Victoria's lawyer decides that that enough of the tape has been shown and switches it off, Douglas objects with:
-->'''Douglas''': Your Honor, I object. There's a brilliant bit coming up.
27th Sep '16 7:01:03 AM Euan2000
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** In the spin-off crossover ''VideoGame/ProfessorLaytonVsAceAttorney'' in the final case when the [[spoiler:Storyteller]] lays out the whole convoluted plot, pressing the first statement has Phoenix to say "HOLD IT!" followed by a bewildered yell, being unable to wrap his head around it.
22nd Sep '16 10:32:33 PM quietThunderstorm
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** Franziska does this in ''Justice For All''. "'''''Objection!''''' I...object...for the sake of objecting!" Hilariously, this is actually a case of RealityIsUnrealistic -- she'd already objected, so while the outburst itself wasn't necessary, it would technically be a continuing objection.

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** Franziska does this in ''Justice For All''. "'''''Objection!''''' I...object...for the sake of objecting!" I... I object... For objection's sake..." Hilariously, this is actually a case of RealityIsUnrealistic -- she'd already objected, so while the outburst itself wasn't necessary, it would technically be a continuing objection.
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