Depositions don’t have to be scary or stressful. Watch the video above to learn about this process, what to expect and how to prepare. You can also find tips below the video transcription so you can get a deeper understanding of how you can prepare and deliver a great deposition.Watch the video so the next time you are called to speak about your case, you will be ready to deliver.
In a deposition usually you are meeting in the conference room of one of the attorneys, usually whichever attorney sent out the notice of deposition. Whoever initiated the deposition, you’ll be meeting at that attorney’s conference room. The judge is not going to be present for that deposition. The judge will not be there to rule on questions that your attorney might find objectionable. Instead you have the court reporter. A court reporter is going to transcribe objections that are made, and if necessary, those objections can be brought to the attention of the judge at a later time and the judge can rule on those objections then. But while you are in the deposition there’s no judge and you have to answer those questions in general.
Please view my other videos on my top seven tips for giving an effective deposition. Click through on any of these options and you’ll find me going into greater detail and analysis:
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