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The best way to learn how to depose someone is to attend several real depositions conducted by different attorneys. Then jump in and start asking questions as soon as someone will let you take your own depos. There's no secret to it. Much harder is knowing how to effectively prepare a witness and knowing the consequences particular depo issues could have down the road at trial or before a judge. This book covers just about every topic you need to know about before you begin taking or defending depos. It also covers various techniques and strategies for interrogating a witness.
The chapters are fairly self-contained, making it very handy as a reference and a topic primer. The writing is straightforward and focused on practical concerns, rather than presenting academic exercises. I highly recommend this book to new (and not so new) attorneys who have taken or defended fewer than a couple dozen depos.
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