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MEANING? - Defendant does not acquiesce in the courts ruling and makes these objections solely to make the order consistent with the evidence allowed at trial.
It sounds like this is part of a memorandum of law or a motion in which the Defendant states that his/her/its post-trial objections are made in order to make the ruling consistent with the evidence.
Taken out of context it sounds pretty muddled to me. Perhaps knowing more about the case would make some sense of it, but I think part of the confusion is that it is just poor draftsmanship.
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