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A Deposition: When Does it Happen?

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Personal Injury Law Glossary

A deposition is a pre-trial interview that typically happens in an attorney’s office, but can also be conducted at a mutually agreed upon location by both opposing parties.  a pre-trial interview that typically happens in an attorney’s office. It is meant to be informal as there is no judge or jury present during the interview. Parties will be questioned by the opposing party’s attorney and will be written by a stenographer to be presented as evidence during a trial. If there is ever a need for a modification, a motion to amend may be brought pursuant to N.Y. C.P.L.R.  § 3025.



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