Why use Video for a Deposition?
Capture the written word.
- A videotape shows clearly the facial expressions and posture of the witnesses, which can clarify otherwise ambiguous statements.
- Physical injuries such as burns,scars, or limitations can easily be demonstrated.
- A videotape may have a greater effect on a jury if portions of the deposition are introduced at trial as evidence.
- Finally, a videotape can serve as a more effective substitute for a party who cannot testify at trial, like an expert witness from another state or a witness who is too ill to be brought to the courtroom.
Now you know why you need video, its time to trust a true professional for your case!
The Right Ideas and Experience.
I have dealt with very contentious atmospheres, from hostile witnesses to Senators, Special Agents of the US Government and Expert Doctors. I have also been in very sensitive cases such as, Wrongful Death, Child Molestation, and Dying witnesses. Rest assured I have the right attitude and professionalism to handle the job.
Rules and Procedure.
I conform to the FRCP (Federal), CFR, States and Localities which states specifically the rules for conduction of the videotape procedure. I will be able to assist counsel if any question arises about Video.
Abiding by the Certified Legal Video Specialist (CLVS) program that sets and enforces standards for competency in the capture, utilization, and retention of legal video and promotes awareness of these standards within the legal marketplace.