Proper Deposition Objections
Whether you are defending (or taking) your first or your hundredth deposition, you must be ready to handle objections. That means knowing which objections are proper and which are not. Once you know, you can keep the deposition proceeding smoothly — and avoid embarrassing yourself.
Hearsay: The Basics
We take a look at the basics of hearsay. A nice primer for those studying for the bar, or attorneys who find themselves losing these objections a lot.
With this handy illustration, you will be able to more-easily explain hearsay to non-lawyers. You are welcome! (from Reddit)
Defense Attorneys: The Record is Your Friend
Criminal defense attorneys should take full advantage of the court record to protect their clients' rights, protect themselves, and guide the appellate courts.
Trial Objections: A Lose-Lose Proposition
Trial objections are not your chance to school opposing counsel. In fact, they are a sign you haven't done your homework. Plus, juries hate them.
Proper Deposition Objections (From the Archives)
Make sure you are ready to handle objections. And make sure you know which objections are proper and which are improper.
Handling Trial Objections
Learn the proper form and substance for trial objections in jury and bench trials.