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What Is A Deposition

A deposition is a statement taken under oath.  Testifying during a deposition is similar to testifying in court; however, your deposition will not be in front of a judge and most likely will take place in your attorney’s office.

Lying during a deposition is perjury and could subject you to civil and criminal penalties including a fine and/or imprisonment.  Even if you avoid civil and criminal penalties, by lying during your deposition, you will hurt your chances of convincing an administrative law judge that you are entitled to workers’ compensation benefits.

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Seth Bader
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