A Bill to Define Sandbagging
BE IT ENACTED BY THE STATE OF FIRESTONE CONGRESS HERE ASSEMBLED THAT:
SECTION 1: A Bill to Define Sandbagging shall be established.
SECTION 2: Sandbagging shall be defined as; The act of a party within the court of law noticing a possible error during a trial but not mentioning the said error to use it as a basis for appeal.
SECTION 2A: In order for an error from a previous trial to be sustained and used in an appeal, the appealing party must have given the courts a chance to correct the said error via an objection.
SECTION 2B: In the event that sandbagging is present in an appeal, the case may be dismissed by motioning to dismiss case due to sandbagging.
SECTION 3: The Supreme court shall be responsible for enforcing this legislation.
SECTION 4: Upon passage from both chambers of congress, this legislation shall go into effect immediately.
Respectfully submitted to the Congress of the State of Firestone,
Bar Certified Attorney MarshallJAddison