Demaisip v Court of Appeals; G.R. No. 89393; 25 Jan 1991; 193 SCRA 373

FACTS:
Petitioner was tried for and convicted of illegal possession of marijuana. The Court of Appeals admitted in evidence the marijuana seized from him and affirmed his conviction.

ISSUE(S):
Whether or not petitioner may object to the admissibility of the evidence against him during this appeal.

RULING:
NO. Objections to the legality of the search warrant and to the admissibility of the evidence obtained thereby were deemed waived when no objection to the legality of the search warrant was raised during the trial of the case nor to the admissibility of the evidence obtained through said warrant.

Decision appealed from is AFFIRMED.

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