JURY TRIAL: DEPOSITION AS SUBSTANTIVE EVIDENCE

During trial, the court may permit the prior sworn deposition testimony of a person taken before trial to be received as substantive evidence. The jury must consider such testimony as it would testimony given in court.

This post is for informational purposes (see disclaimers). Credit is due to CACI jury instructions.

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