Taking a Closer Look at Deposition Objections

Just as in the courtroom, objections can play an important role in depositions. All depositions objections must be noted for the record by your court reporter in the Bay Area, so that there is evidence in the official record that the objection occurred.

Watch this video to learn more about objecting during a deposition. Deposition objections are noted, but typically examinations continue. In particularly contentious cases, a judge may be involved in the deposition to make rulings, which can then also be included in the record by the court reporter. When objections are raised during depositions, they should be done in a concise, non-argumentative manner, and they should follow one of the admissible criteria for objections, such as overly broad questions or an assumption of the truth of a disputed fact.

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