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I rise to give my opening statement. I stand tall and confidently before the jury, and I deliver the goods. The jury is with me. I explain my case, reciting what I believe the evidence will show. I sit down satisfied that I have set the table properly for a just verdict—a verdict for my client. The parade of witnesses now begins. My first witness is on the stand. I am not five minutes into my examination, in the middle of a question, and then it comes. The word at first jolts me—“Objection.” Of...