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December 06, 2007

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» Depositions: "Stop me before I coach again." from What About Clients?
For litigators/trial lawyers, from Evan Schaeffer's fine and enduring Illinois Trial Practice Weblog, see "Depositions: How to Stop Coaching". We could go on and on about this but--well, just be quiet and read it.... [Read More]

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In defending in a deposition, giving speeches and coaching your witness on the record is "bad" because it may be suggestive of the answer the witness should give. At Evan Shaeffer's Illinois Trial Practice Weblog, see "Depositions: How to Stop... [Read More]

» Depositions: "Stop me before I coach again." from What About Clients?
An objection must be stated concisely in a nonargumentative and nonsuggestive manner. --from Rule 30(c)(2), Fed. R. Civ. P. Defending lawyers who testify are very bad people. And let he or she without sin cast the first stapler. In... [Read More]

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