Freelance & Official test 1

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  1. the deposition officer may not suspend the taking of testimony without the stipulation of all parties present unless:
    the deponent or party demands that the deposition officer suspend taking testimony to enable that party or deponent to move for a protective order.
  2. The deponent may change the form or the substance of the answer to any question within:
    30 days following notice
  3. The deposition officer shall indicate on the original transcript:
    Any action taken by the deponent, the approval of or failure or refusal to approve, the transcript
  4. On its own without a noticed motion, a court may authorize the use of technology in conducting discovery in a case designated as complex
  5. If a deposition subpoena commands only the production of business records for copying, the custodian of the records or other qualified person shall, in person, by messenger, or by mail, deliver both of the following only to the deposition officer specified in the subpoena:
    A true, legible, and durable copy of the records and an affidavit.
  6. A person may take, and any person other than the deponent(the witness) may attend, a deposition by telephone or other remote electronic means.
  7. Any other party, at that party's expense, may make an audio or video record of the deposition, provided that the other party promptly serves a written notice of this intention on the party or attorney who noticed the deposition, on all other parties, or attorney on whom the deposition notice was served in no less than:
    Three calendar days before the date for which the deposition is scheduled
  8. Before, during, or after a deposition, any party, any deponent, or any other affected natural person or organization may promptly move for a protective order:
    The motion shall be accompanied by a meet and confer declaration
  9. The moving party shall lodge with the court a certified copy of any parts of the stenographic transcript of the deposition that are relevant to a motion to compel:
    Not less than five days prior to the hearing on this motion
  10. If a deposition is recorded by audio or video technology, the moving party is required to lodge a certified copy of a transcript of any parts of the deposition that are relevant to the motion:
  11. If the deposition officer receives a request from a party for an original or a copy of the deposition transcript, or any portion thereof, and the full or partial transcript will be available to that party prior to the time the original or copy would be available to any other party, the deposition officer shall immediately notify:
    All other parties attending the deposition of the request, and shall, upon request by any party other than the party making the original request, make that copy of the full or partial deposition transcript available to all parties at the same time.
  12. Where no transcript is produced, stenographic notes of depositions shall be retained by the reporter for a period of not less than:
    Eight years from the date of the deposition
  13. Where a transcript is produced, stenographic notes of depositions shall be retained for a period of not less than:
    One year from the date on which the transcript is produced
  14. For good cause shown, the court may shorten the 30-day period for making changes, approving, or refusing to approve the transcript
  15. When prepared as a rough draft transcript, the transcript of the deposition may:
    Not be certified and may not be used, cited, or transcribed as the certified transcript of the deposition proceedings.
  16. The contents of the record in a death penalty case shall include:
    Opening statements, Oral proceedings on any motion in limine, & any comment on the evidence by the Court to the jury.
  17. A death penalty proceeding is considered complete when:
    The ASCII disks of accuracy have been filed
  18. Death penalty transcripts are to be prepared
    As a daily commencing with arraignment
  19. A daily transcript in a death penalty case is to be numbered:
    Consecutively commencing with arraignment
  20. Are there preliminary hearing proceedings in a death penalty case?
  21. What type of juror-identifying information is used in a death penalty appeal transcript?
    Juror's I.D. number only
  22. Is a Supreme Court cover used on a daily trial transcript in a death penalty case?
  23. Daily or other certified transcripts may be used for:
    The reporter's entire transcript, Part of the reporter's transcript, pages must be renumbered consecutively, index and covers must be added.
  24. When is a death penalty transcript appealed?
  25. How many copies are filed with the original transcript on appeal in a death penalty case?
  26. All appeal transcripts are bound together, preferably of recycled stock, on which margin:
  27. ASCII disks are prepared and filed within how many days or order in a death penalty case?
    20 days
  28. Sealed death penalty transcripts are to be enclosed in individual envelopes.
  29. If a reporter is unable to be located, refuses to transcribe their notes, or is found incompetent the transcript is prepared by:
    The out-of-service reporter, a certified notereader, & an official reporter working as a transcriber.
  30. In a death penalty case the ASCII disks are billed at:
    .05 per folio
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