Objections at the Trial Stage

By: Anavitarte, E. J.*

Objections are the guarantee that attorneys have to control the direct examination or cross-examination process of their counterpart.

Therefore, it is vital at the time of judicial practice to be able to formulate them correctly, since the only opportunity to actively interfere in the theory of the case of the adversary depends on this.

Especially if it is taken into account that ─for the accusatory system─ the only way to integrate the evidentiary material elements into the trial is by taking the evidence in an oral hearing through an accrediting witness.

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