CoA (Pyle; Barnes & Crone concur). Evidence objections at trial
Where trial court admitted evidence of contract containing insurance requirements of defendants in injury case, defendants only objected generally that it was “irrelevant” and were therefore precluded from submitting that evidence was “prejudicial” on appeal.
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