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I asked my friend, Andrea Saatman, who has been working in the Delaware courts for many years, what kind of advice she would pass on to young reporters.
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CONTROLLING THE PROCEEDINGS, In Deposition and in Court
- What do you say? Learn to project your voice politely yet firmly into the proceedings. One way is to say, “Excuse me” and lean forward with your hand pressed to your ear indicating you just did not hear. 220 more words
Exhibits can be a nightmare for a deposition reporter. Here’s a few things you should know about handling exhibits.
Exhibits are part of the record you are creating. 677 more words
So you’re the first to arrive to the conference room. Now what?
I like to sit at the end of the conference room table, with the witness to my right, his lawyer to his right, and the questioning attorney (the “noticing attorney”) to my left, directly across the table from the witness. 251 more words