What questions should a lawyer never ask at a deposition? First of all, what’s a deposition? That’s when you are giving testimony, or a witness, or someone else, who’s a part of this lawsuit, is giving testimony under oath with a courtreporter in the room, and every word is being taken down. And then there is a printout, a transcript of every single question asked and every single answer. So now, what are the questions that shouldn’t be asked? There’s really no question that can’t be asked during depositions because the goal of the deposition is to find out everything. I want to know what the other people know, even if it’s damaging to us so that we’re not surprised at trial.
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