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2.4-9 Use of Deposition

Revised to January 1, 2008

While most of the witnesses whose testimony has been presented to you were here to testify in person, the testimony of one witness, <name of witness>, was presented to you by (having a transcript read to you / the showing of a videotape) of questions asked and answers given by that witness under oath at an earlier time.  Testimony that is presented in this manner may be accepted or rejected by you in the same way as the testimony of witnesses who have been physically present in court.


Practice Book 13-31 (a) (2) and (4).



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