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6 Tips for Booking a Legal Videographer for Your Next Deposition

6 Tips for Booking a Legal Videographer for Your Next Deposition
I want to take the time to offer paralegals and attorneys some helpful tips on how to book a videographer for your next deposition. You may think scheduling a time and date is all that’s needed, but in order for any deposition to run smoothly, some details are crucial for the videographer and their office. […]

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Video Depositions: Attorney Requests and Incorrect Assumptions

Video Depositions
I’ve been thinking about the many requests or issues that come up during depositions between attorneys and legal videographers. As a videographer, I know I, along with fellow videographers, can be guilty sometimes of assuming that attorneys know the rules videographers live by and the reasons behind those rule. I want to address a few […]

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Video Depositions: California Code of Civil Procedure 2025.330 & 2025.340

Video Depositions: California Code of Civil Procedure 2025.330 & 2025.340
Videotaping depositions are relatively new to some attorneys. However, attorneys are discovering how beneficial it is to videotape deponents. Most times our clients are using these videos for trial preparation, mailing the testimony to their clients, or using clips at trial for a bigger impact with the jury. Whatever the intent is for having a […]

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5 Reasons You May Want to Videotape Your Next Deposition

5 Reasons To Videotape Your Next Depo
What we have noticed in our office is that videographer bookings are up as more and more attorneys are using videotaped depositions in trial.  I recently asked our clients for some feedback on why they are choosing to use video more.  Hands down they all agree that it is effective at trial.  Here are the […]

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Court Reporters, The Keepers of the Record – Part 2

Now, this next scenario has come up several times in my 30-plus years of court reporting.  Let’s say that a court reporter goes on a deposition and the witness is sarcastic, argumentative, or just simply awful during the deposition.  We’ve all been there! Also assume that the deposition was not videotaped and the transcript does […]

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