Here's an example of "Subject to Cross":
Prosecutor: Judge at this time we would like to move into evidence [weapon].
Judge: Mr Lammers?
Me: Your Honor, may I voir dire the witness on this matter?
Judge: You may cross-examine him on it.
Me: Well, before it's introduced into evidence . . .
Judge: I'll mark it for identification subject to cross-examination.
This is another part of the transcript I'm working with today and, much like the section noted in the last post, wasn't relevant in the end because a statutory argument carried the day.