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See Opening the Door. A party may lose the right to object by reason of 'opening the door.' This may be accomplished by the consequences of one's own tactics. Such tactics include introducing part of a transaction (the part favorable to the defendant) and not the rest, or introducing inadmissible evidence that was erroneously received. In these cases, the plaintiff is deemed to have waived any right to object to evidence to rebut that evidence already introduced.

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