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A deposition is the examination of a witness, typically done in an attorney’s office with a court reporter present to record the testimony. It is a chance for the attorneys to learn what the witness knows about a case and preserve this information. The sworn testimony can then be used as part of preparation for a trial or can even be admitted in the trial as evidence.
Depositions can be long and mentally exhausting for all involved in a case. Preparing thoroughly beforehand means you can be in top shape for the questioning and it ensures that your attorney can secure the best outcome for you. The following are some basic strategies to help you prepare for a deposition:
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