Rule 103.Rulings on Evidence.
(a) Preservinga Claim of Error. A party may claim error in a ruling to admit or exclude evidenceonly if the error affects a substantial right of the party and:
(a)(1)(A) timely objects or movesto strike; and
(a)(1)(B) ? statesthe specific ground, unless it was apparent from the context; or
(b) NotNeeding to Renew an Objection or Offer of Proof.
(c) Court?sStatement About the Ruling; Directing an Offer ofProof. Thecourt may make any statement about the character or form of the evidence, theobjection made, and the ruling. The court may direct that an offer of proof
(d) Preventingthe Jury from Hearing Inadmissible Evidence. To the extent practicable, the court must conduct a jurytrial so that inadmissible evidence is not suggestedto the jury by any means.
(e) TakingNotice of Plain Error. A court may take notice of a plain error affecting asubstantial right, even if the claim of error was not properly preserved.
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