What Happens at Civil Depositions?

Answer A civil deposition is a way for lawyers to gather information from you prior to the preparation of a case trial. You will be placed under oath when you give your deposition, and the information yo... Read More »

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Are depositions public records?

Depositions are a matter of public record. Unlike testimony, which is not necessarily disclosed, unless your case goes through confidential arbitration, a deposition becomes a piece of public infor... Read More »

Florida Laws Regarding Depositions?

While the Florida judicial system prefers that witnesses be examined in court, it allows the use of depositions to prepare for trial in some cases, most often in civil lawsuits. Sometimes they can ... Read More »

Are depositions a matter of public record?

A deposition can become a matter of public record. It is considered a court record, and unlike testimony, becomes accessible to the public. The only time this isn't true is if your case is settled ... Read More »

Can a Marine who has a civil court date receive non judicial punishment from the Marine Corps prior to appearing in civil court?

Yes. Action under the UCMJ is separate from action in a civilian court.