Questioning a Witness, Meeting Hearsay Objections Part 1

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Questioning a Witness, Meeting Hearsay Objections to Oral Testimony, Part 1

Just Three Responses Meet Many Hearsay Objections: Part 1 -- Not Offered for the Truth : Deposition, Taking

Quite a lot of oral testimony falls under the hearsay rules. In some circumstances, as the lawyer taking the deposition, you just want the information, and you don't need to make the facts admissible. However, if you need the information for pretrial motions or presentation at trial, then you need to get past the hearsay hurdle. This video explains the basics for dealing with objections generally. Then we focus on the first of the three of the most useful and generally available responses to a hearsay objection to oral testimony. An easy acronym will give you control of these responses.

Time: 19:13

Demonstrations:

Ed Stein

Ed Stein

Ed Stein practices in Ann Arbor, Michigan. He has regularly taught trial and deposition skills for the National Institute for Trial Advocacy, Michigan... - complete bio

Frank Rothschild

Frank Rothschild

Frank Rothschild is a judge on the District Court in Kauai, Hawaii and serves as an appellate mediator for the Hawaii Judiciary's Center for Alternati... - complete bio

Discussion:

Deanne Siemer

Deanne Siemer

Deanne Siemer is a trial lawyer from Washington, D.C. who has tried technology-driven commercial cases before juries in state and federal courts aroun... - complete bio


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