Practical Considerations for Presenting Deposition Testimony at Trial
New Jersey Lawyer
The French Philosopher Voltaire once said that "the secret of being boring is to say everything." Often, lawyers spend years on discovery and trial preparation, and then must decide how best to present the evidence, make their case, and keep jurors interested and engaged. Trial lawyers who fail to heed Voltaire's advice do so at their peril. The practical tips in this article will assist trial lawyers in making strategic decisions on how best to present deposition testimony to a jury.
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