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'Specific' means that the objection must state the particular legal ground or reason that the evidence being offered is inadmissible. Exceptions to the 'specific' requirement for an objection to be valid are if the specific ground is patently obvious from the context of the question; if the evidence is objectionable from every standpoint; and if in a criminal trial the error in admission or the exclusion of evidence deprived the accused of a fair trial, there need be no specific reason stated in the objection for admissibility.

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