A deposition is when a lawyer brings in a witness to have that person take an oath to tell the truth and then examines them in the presence of a court reporter or notary public. The testimony is later transcribed and becomes a deposition transcript which can be used in court later.
If you have received a notice of deposition or a subpoena to testify, you should make sure you have an attorney to assist you. If you don’t have one, or need to consult with one, give our office a call for a free initial consultation
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