MA. PAZ FERNANDEZ KROHN vs. COURT OF APPEALS and EDGAR KROHN, JR., G.R. No. 108854 June 14, 1994.
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Counsel for petitioner indulged heavily in objecting to the testimony of private respondent on the ground that it was privileged. In his Manifestation before the trial court dated 10 May 1991, he invoked the rule on privileged communications but never questioned the testimony as hearsay. It was a fatal mistake. For, in failing to object to the testimony on the ground that it was hearsay, counsel waived his right to make such objection and, consequently, the evidence offered may be admitted.
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