A video deposition in which your client or witness has performed well can be extremely beneficial when your case is presented to jurors. Depositions can be tense as your adversary attempts to challenge your client and get him or her to say things to hurt the case, but a well-prepared individual with an idea of what to expect and how to respond will have a much better chance at winning over the jury.
Depositions can be the difference between winning and losing in litigation. Use video depositions to highlight key testimony, but do so sparingly in order to grab and keep jurors’ attention — and make sure your client or witness is prepared for a video deposition in advance to best benefit your case.
The infographic that comes with it offers pointers on how to get a client ready for a video deposition.