A defense verdict that disintegrated over allegations of misconduct was reinstated when Florida’s Fourth District Court of Appeal found a string of incidents were either not preserved for appeal, or not improper or prejudicial enough to warrant a new trial.
The personal injury case demonstrated the importance of thinking ahead during a trial by making the necessary objections for appeal.
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