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234 Pa. Code Rule 603. Exceptions.

Rule 603. Exceptions.

 (A)  Any ruling of the judge on an objection or motion made during the trial of any action or proceeding shall have the effect of a sealed exception in favor of the party adversely affected without the necessity of a formal request or notation made on the record.

 (B)  This rule shall not be applicable to the charge to the jury.

   Official Note

   Formerly Rule 100, adopted March 7, 1963, effective October 1, 1963, renumbered Rule 1115 September 18, 1973, effective January 1, 1974; renumbered Rule 603 and amended March 1, 2000, effective April 1, 2001.

   Committee Explanatory Reports:

   Final Report explaining the March 1, 2000 reorganization and renumbering of the rules published with the Court’s Order at 30 Pa.B. 1477 (March 18, 2000).



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