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How to Take Videotaped Depositions on a Budget

Taking videotaped depositions are not cheap – especially when you want to take a lot of them during your legal career. Earlier this year, I gave a presentation at the WSAJ Annual Convention where I discussed buying 5 essential devices that will allow you to take as many videotaped depositions as you wish in your cases. (Make sure to follow all civil rules and provide advanced notice to all parties). Basically, you will need a camcorder, carrying case, microphone, tripod or stand, and memory card. Here’s a list of the equipment that our office uses that may help you get started. Note that this article is not intended to promote the specific equipment and only serves as a guide for what ou

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