During a deposition in a civil suit the audio was recorded of the deposition. Also typed. The request to terminate the audio recording was denied by the plaintiffs attorney as they continued on, and eventually the deposition was terminated by the plantiffs attorney. Did they have the right to continue to record after the request to not record the deposition by audio. Any pointers of which laws would deal with this would be helpful. Figure the federal wire taping law area would be the first place to look, maybee?
1 Answer from Attorneys
The court reporter was also recording the depoi, so I don't see a problem. You could have adjourned the depo and sought a ruling from the court, but I suspect the judge would ask "who cares, it's al;ready being recorded?"
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