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What is an examination for discovery?

A deposition is a way of obtaining sworn testimony from a party or witness in a legal proceeding lawyers for each party, the witness and the court reporter will all be present. Parties to the case also have the right to sit in during the deposition of any other witness and listen. At the outset, the court reporter will “swear in” the witness. Then, the lawyer will start by asking questions of the witness.

The court reporter will record everything said and type it all up into a question-and-answer booklet format called a “deposition transcript.” The deposition transcript can then be shown or read to the court during various stages of the legal proceeding.

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