Description
A distinguishing characteristic (some would say blight) of the American civil legal system is the opportunity of litigants to discover the most intimate details of their adversaries’ lives. One of the most useful tools available to the litigator to uncovee these juicy facts is the mano-a-mano combat drill known as the deposition. Short of the adrenaline rush of the trial itself, the deposition is one of the few chances available to chargeduu litigators to face their opponents up close and...

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