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What does it mean when a judge says "Objection Sustained"?

 

A: It means that one party has objected to the question. It also means that the judge has decided that the attorney asking the question CANNOT ask the question, and that the witness is NOT to answer the question. There are many legal reasons why a judge would decide that an attorney could not ask a particular question.