What is a deposition?

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Deposition is part of the litigation process that happens before the trial. It is part of the Discovery process where both lawyers collect information and evidence related to the lawsuit. The deposition is a formal interview set up by one lawyer to gather information from someone involved or related to the lawsuit, often a defendant, plaintiff, witness to an event, or an expert in a topic related to the lawsuit.

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