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Why do lawyers object at trial?

July 14, 2014

Jim from North Scranton asks, “Why do lawyers object at trial?” Lawyers object to inadmissible evidence. Inadmissible evidence is evidence that would confuse or mislead a jury, or evidence that simply isn’t relevant to the case at hand. Judges have to act as gatekeepers to determine what evidence is admissible and properly presented to a […]



What Is a Deposition?

March 31, 2014

Patty from Green Ridge asks, “What is a deposition?” Simply stated, a deposition is someone’s testimony taken before trial. Depositions can be used for discovery to find out what someone is going to say before they testify at trial, or it can be used to preserve and present testimony at a future date. Depositions are […]


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