Preparing for a Deposition

A “deposition” is witness’s sworn out-of-court testimony. The testimony is taken down by a court reporter who will then prepare a transcript that is used in trial preparation. A deposition is used to gather information as part of the “discovery” process and, in limited circumstances, may be used at trial. The witness being deposed is called the “deponent.”

Many clients get quite nervous in anticipation of a deposition and understandably so. Susan V. Carroll, of Carroll Law, P.A., educates her clients regarding what to expect.

Knowledge is power.

You are now able to glean the wisdom of Ms. Carroll’s years of legal experience in preparing clients for a deposition through this valuable recorded session.

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