Any objection to the introduction of evidence may be stated orally or in writing and
shall be accompanied by a short statement of the grounds of such objection, and be
included in the record. No such objection shall be deemed waived by further participation in the hearing. Automatic exceptions will be allowed to all adverse rulings.
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