Whether due to illness, physical location challenges, or government restrictions, there are times when conducting an in-person legal deposition is not an option. Although this can pose a challenge and halt the progress of a case, it can be overcome. Luckily, there are several ways to conduct a remote legal deposition. Today, we are sharing several ways to conduct remote legal...

How to Act During a Deposition Since most of us shouldn’t have a testimony to even think about, the idea of getting deposed is alarming. The thought of being judged by a roomful of lawyers recording every utterance to pick apart later causes me anxiety. I’m sure you feel the same. Don’t worry, though. Deposition Academy has the answers to all...

What to expect during and after a legal deposition You’ve been asked to give a deposition and now you’re panicking. What will happen at the meeting? Who will be there? What’s going to happen to me, specifically, afterward? The questions are endless, and that’s completely understandable. Most people don’t need to know what happens before a trial. It’s understandable if you’re...

What Happens After a Deposition If you're involved in a lawsuit, you'll most likely have to attend a deposition at some point. Depositions are an important part of the legal process, whether the case is settled or it goes to court. If you've already attended a deposition, you may be wondering what happens next. While a deposition can change the course...

How to Prepare for a Deposition as a Defendant If you're on the wrong end of a lawsuit, you may need to attend a deposition held by the opposing party. Many deponents find depositions to be stressful and intimidating since you interacting directly with the party that is bringing the charges against you. So, how can you prepare for a deposition as...

When Are Depositions Necessary? Depositions are usually part of a long and tedious legal process when dealing with litigation cases.  The prosecution will use depositions to help extract information from the deponent. A deposition is usually set up in an interview-type fashion where the prosecuting attorney will ask the deponent a series of questions relating to the case. So, when are depositions...

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