A Complete Guide to Legal Depositions

by Jilio Ryan Court Reporter
Human testimony may be recorded outside the courtroom and reproduced during the actual hearing. This is usually most effective when the witness is in the distance, or in other situations preventing the witness from appearing in court. In these situations, deposits are used to help the witness as if the witness appeared in court.

Read this guide to learn more about legal depositions.

What is a Deposition?
The deposit is basically a witness testimony recorded in a safe environment. You can video record or record your deposit in the presence of a witness lawyer. In these situations, the testimony can then be used in court or other legal proceedings.

Where Can Depositions Take Place?
Most depositions take place in a lawyer’s office. However, there are rules for where a deposition can be held if both parties agree to a secure location outside of the courthouse.

Things to Avoid During a Deposition

There are several things you should avoid during a legal deposition, which includes:

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About Jilio Ryan Junior   Court Reporter

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