History Main / ThatWasObjectionable

13th Oct '17 9:03:29 PM infernape612
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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.

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** In the spin-off crossover ''VideoGame/ProfessorLaytonVsAceAttorney'' in the final case when the [[spoiler:Storyteller]] [[spoiler:the 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.
13th Oct '17 7:24:10 PM CompletelyNormalGuy
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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:

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* In the final episode of ''Series/TheITCrowd'' a central piece of evidence in Vicroria's Victoria'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:
7th Oct '17 11:36:59 AM wingedcatgirl
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'''Fletcher:''' [[CannotTellALie Because it's]] ''[[CannotTellALie devastating]]'' [[CannotTellALie to my case!]]\\

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'''Fletcher:''' [[CannotTellALie Because it's]] ''[[CannotTellALie devastating]]'' [[CannotTellALie it's ''devastating'' to my case!]]\\case!\\



'''Fletcher:''' [[SincerityMode Good call!]]

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'''Fletcher:''' [[SincerityMode Good call!]]call!



Now, most would except that such a nonsensical move would get the lawyer doing it a lot of flak, and have the objection overruled, and most of the time that is how it will go down. But one can take this up to eleven by having the objection somehow *sustained.*

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Now, most would except that such a nonsensical move would get the lawyer doing it a lot of flak, and have the objection overruled, and most of the time that is how it will go down. But one can take this up to eleven by having the objection somehow *sustained.*
''sustained''.
29th Sep '17 8:36:14 PM Discar
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* ''Webcomic/SchlockMercenary'': During the court room portion of the HTRN Takedown arc, Captain Tagon is forced to defend himself in Petey's court, since Petey doesn't allow lawyers.
-->'''Detective Fitzsimmons:''' Okay... Umm... The prosecution will endeavor to show that the defendants willfully and, um... knowingly conspired to destroy the place of business of the Hypernet Televised Reality Network.\\
'''Captain Tagon:''' Hey, wait! That's not fair. He talks just like a lawyer, and you said we weren't supposed to use lawyers.\\
'''Petey:''' ''[DisapprovingLook]''\\
'''Captain Tagon:''' Err... I mean, "Objection, Your Honor."
25th Jul '17 10:09:11 AM Discar
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* ''Series/{{Community}}'': PlayedForLaughs during "[[Recap/CommunityS3E17BasicLupineUrology Basic Lupine Urology]]," with [[SeriousBusiness the case of the murdered yam]].
-->'''"Defense Attorney" Archwood:''' Objection, she's clearly ramping up to something.\\
'''Jeff:''' Objection, that's not a real objection.\\
'''"Judge" Kane:''' Objection, I hate both of you.
8th Jul '17 11:54:05 AM nombretomado
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* As the TheOtherWiki tells us, there are [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_objections_%28law%29 many grounds]] for objection in US criminal and civil proceedings.

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* As the TheOtherWiki Wiki/TheOtherWiki tells us, there are [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_objections_%28law%29 many grounds]] for objection in US criminal and civil proceedings.
31st May '17 1:33:53 PM Malady
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* As [[http://message.snopes.com/showthread.php?t=58629 said]] on the Website/{{Snopes}} message boards:
-->'''Ms Olschner:''' Your honor, I wish to swat Mr. Buck in the head with his client's [deposition transcript].\\
'''Judge:''' You mean read it?\\
'''Ms Olschner:''' No, I wish to swat him in the head with it. The [Rules of Procedure] clearly state that a deposition may be used for "[[LoopHoleAbuse any purpose]]" in court, and this is the purpose for which I want to use it.\\
'''Judge:''' Well, it does say that. (Pause.)\\
'''Judge:''' There being no objection, you may proceed.\\
'''Ms Olschner:''' Thank you, your honor. (She swats Mr. Buck in the head with a copy of deposition.)\\
'''Mr. Buck:''' But Judge...\\
'''Judge:''' Next witness.\\
'''Mr. Buck:''' We object!\\
'''Judge:''' Sustained. Next witness.
** The best part of this story is the pause. It's clear the judge was giving Mr. Buck a chance to object, but apparently he just wasn't paying attention.
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* Supposedly a RealLife account:
-->'''Ms Olschner:''' Your honor, I wish to swat Mr. Buck in the head with his client's [deposition transcript].\\
'''Judge:''' You mean read it?\\
'''Ms Olschner:''' No, I wish to swat him in the head with it. The [Rules of Procedure] clearly state that a deposition may be used for "[[LoopHoleAbuse any purpose]]" in court, and this is the purpose for which I want to use it.\\
'''Judge:''' Well, it does say that. (Pause.)\\
'''Judge:''' There being no objection, you may proceed.\\
'''Ms Olschner:''' Thank you, your honor. (She swats Mr. Buck in the head with a copy of deposition.)\\
'''Mr. Buck:''' But Judge...\\
'''Judge:''' Next witness.\\
'''Mr. Buck:''' We object!\\
'''Judge:''' Sustained. Next witness.
** The best part of this story is the pause. It's clear the judge was giving Mr. Buck a chance to object, but apparently he just wasn't paying attention.
24th May '17 6:59:32 PM jnv11
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When a lawyer goes: ''Your Honor, I Object!'' or ''Objection, Your Honor!'', one would expect them to follow that up with an devastatingly accurate reason, which could either turn the tides of the court, or shut the otherside down, hard. But instead, it's followed by complete non-reasons like: "I object on the grounds that it sucks for me" or "I object for it being [[ShapedLikeItself objectionable]]!". Cue the reactions of everyone in court.

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When a lawyer goes: ''Your Honor, I Object!'' or ''Objection, Your Honor!'', one would expect them to follow that up with an devastatingly accurate reason, which could either turn the tides of the court, or shut the otherside other side down, hard. But instead, it's followed by complete non-reasons like: "I object on the grounds that it sucks for me" or "I object for it being [[ShapedLikeItself objectionable]]!". Cue the reactions of everyone in court.
24th Apr '17 5:52:48 PM Gregzilla
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* ''{{Newsies}}:''

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* ''{{Newsies}}:''''Film/{{Newsies}}:''
24th Apr '17 5:51:30 PM Gregzilla
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'''Fletcher:''' [[WillNotTellALie Because it's]] ''[[WillNotTellALie devastating]]'' [[WillNotTellALie to my case!]]\\

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'''Fletcher:''' [[WillNotTellALie [[CannotTellALie Because it's]] ''[[WillNotTellALie ''[[CannotTellALie devastating]]'' [[WillNotTellALie [[CannotTellALie to my case!]]\\
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