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What Makes Depositions So Important?
What is a deposition?
While depositions are not necessary, they are an invaluable resource. Attorneys use depositions to gather a complete set of facts and testimonies for their case. During a deposition, all witnesses are questioned under oath. Court reporters record what is said as the legal proceedings transpire so to denote an accurate transcript that both legal counsels can later analyze.
What is the purpose of a deposition?
When attorneys hold a deposition, they are allowing themselves more information to produce a clear and concise narrative in the court room. Depositions allow witnesses to go over what should be said to make the case as solid as possible, but they also give the opposing counsel the opportunity to gain a complete standing of the story. This means that when any discrepancies between the deposition and in-court testimony arise, the opposing counsel can make the flaws more apparent to the judge and jury.
Create an impenetrable defense
Consistent cases are impenetrable cases. Give the opposing counsel no way to find errors by telling the truth. Remind your witness to wait for the attorney to finish before answering a question, and to speak slowly and clearly. Let them know it is truly acceptable to ask for clarification when/if a question is unclear, so that they can give the best answers possible.
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Envision will maintain Master-Exhibit Binders for maximum exhibit consistency from “file-to-trial” including preparation of digital and paper trial binders.
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