Party Could Not Invite Error By Introducing, Then Challenging, New Evidence After Remand

The Court of Civil Appeals would not reverse a circuit court where, after the case was remanded, the appellant wife introduced new evidence, and later complained about the circuit court’s accepting such evidence. This amounted to late argument and “invited error.” Kaufman v. Kaufman, No. 2060245 (Ala. Civ. App. Aug. 24, 2007). The judgment of the circuit court was accordingly affirmed.

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