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Friday, September 17, 2010

You Must Ask the Follow-Up Question if It's Your Error on Appeal

Justice Hollis Horton, writing for a panel that also includes Chief Justice Steve McKeithen and Justice Charles Kreger, holds that to complain that an objection to a voir dire question on the ground that it is a commitment question is waived unless an alternate question reworded to meet the objection is offered.

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