https://lawshelf.com/videocourses/entry/depositions-types-and-purposes-module-3-of-6

[1] This module will discuss the different types of depositions: oral,[2] written,[3] discovery,[4] to preserve testimony,[5] and to perpetuate testimony.[6] The next ...

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Deposition_(law)

A deposition in the law of the United States, or examination for discovery in the law of Canada, ... In most jurisdictions, only two types of objections are allowed: The first is to assert a privilege and the second is to object to the form of the ...

https://litigation.findlaw.com/filing-a-lawsuit/what-is-a-deposition.html

FindLaw's overview of depositions, when they are used, and what to expect if you 're ... Discovery can come in a number of different forms, with the most common ...

https://www.peoples-law.org/maryland-circuit-court-discovery-1-depositions

There are two types of depositions – written and oral. Because written depositions are so rarely used, this article will address only oral depositions. You should ...

https://www.law.cornell.edu/wex/deposition

Depositions may also be conducted by written questions. In this kind of deposition, the parties submit questions in advance. At the deposition, the deponent ...

https://www.agilelaw.com/blog/deposition-questions-almost-always-use/

There are two deposition questions that you should (almost) always ask. ... covering lots of different issues, from many different types of witnesses. You will start to develop patterns, and you'll learn what kind of deposition questions work best in ...

https://www.spilmanlaw.com/dataentry/resources/attorney-articles/marcellus-utica-shales/handshakes-that-turn-into-wrestling-matches-%E2%80%93-disc

Feb 1, 2011 ... both types of depositions are governed by the [trial court's] scheduling ... for pretrial scheduling purposes, between different kinds of depositions ...

https://www.americanbar.org/groups/litigation/resources/depositions/

Litigation 101: Preparation and Defense of Your Deposition Witness .... right now amongst litigators, and although it's been defined in many different ways, ...

https://www.alllaw.com/articles/nolo/personal-injury/deposition.html

During a deposition, you give sworn testimony under oath as part of the discovery ... In this type of case, you want to prove that the restaurant was negligent.

https://www.americanbar.org/groups/litigation/publications/litigation-news/book-reviews/understanding-personalities-is-key-to-successful-depositions/

This book provides a broad overview of depositions and how to interact with ... Kole also describes different types of difficult deponents (e.g., deponents who talk  ...