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Say Cheese: The Nuts and Bolts of Videotaped Depositions

By Will Owens and Davis Popper, Conley Griggs Partin LLP The Law at Twenty Four Frames per Second There are differing schools of thoughts among most trial lawyers regarding videotaped depositions. Some find it necessary to videotape every single deposition that he/she personally takes. The rationale being that every deposition taken is with the clear purpose that it will eventually ...

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Why I Videotape Depositions

BY RICH DOLDER If a picture is worth a thousand words, 29 frames per second can convey entire novels of fact, emotion, truth, and lies. That is why I videotape almost every deposition I take. Most talk of the benefits of videotaped depositions turns on their use at trial. Everyone understands that reading a two-hour deposition into the record will, ...

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