Monthly Archives: November 2010

Redaction Redux – The Nuts and Bolts

Redaction examples seem to be in the news frequently these days.  No surprise really.  Now that the world has gone digital, information is at our fingertips almost as it happens.  We watch history as it’s being made and hear about … Continue reading

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The Good, the New and the Technical

The Good According to an article in the Wisconsin Law Journal, “A party who wants to review the transcript of his deposition has to buy it, or review it at the court reporter’s office.  He can’t force the court reporter … Continue reading

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Unclear Yes and No

Read the brief example below and you’ll agree!   In this case, this accident happened more than 2 1/2 years ago; right? A  Yes. Q  You’ve probably investigated a few accidents since then? A  Yes. Q  And you’ve probably been involved … Continue reading

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What?…I’m Confused!

Following is another example of a “Don’t Do This!” In this case, the questions and answers are very confusing. There’s not much else we can say about this one, other than, “what”? Q  Okay. So from 122 at 12‑S to … Continue reading

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