Yes you do. You also have the right to refuse the deposition if a tape recorder is present without first obtaining permission to use one. Whoever is holding the deposition, must first obtain authority from your attorney to do so. I am not sure how it will affect your case, but you do have the right to say no.
No you do not. Both the federal rules of civil procedure and virtually all state court rules of civil procedure permit the taking of depositions by videotape at the discretion of the person calling the deposition. If the deposition is called for under a notice to a party to be deposed by videotape, the party's case may be dismissed for refusing to be so deposed. If the deposition is called for by a subpoena to a non-party witness, the person refusing to be deposed may be held in contempt of court for refusing to obey a subpoena.
Videotaped depositions are now commonplace and there is no right to refuse to be deposed (if properly called) simply because the deposition is to be videotaped as opposed to being transcribed by a certified shorthand court reporter.
By way of example, Federal Rule of Civil Procedure 30(b)(3) states:
(3) Method of Recording.
(A) Method Stated in the Notice. The party who notices the deposition must state in the notice the method for recording the testimony. Unless the court orders otherwise, testimony may be recorded by audio, audiovisual, or stenographic means. The noticing party bears the recording costs. Any party may arrange to transcribe a deposition.
This means that deposition by videotape is permitted in all situations without regard to your or your attorney's approval, unless it can be shown that there is good cause why the court should not allow it.
These Promises Are Being Videotaped was created in 2007.
You Are Being Videotaped was created on 2004-03-09.
It depends. Generally, yes, you could refuse, unless you have been ordered by the court to do it. ______ Generally not. If you refuse to show up for a deposition, the party that requested the deposition can ask the court to find you in contempt, and you could be jailed until you comply with the order. If you think you have a good reason for refusing to attend the deposition, you should speak with a lawyer.
Bcuz they have to go
The soil is being removed from the Beach by deposition.
Deposition is the process of sediments being deposited as a sediment
Deposition is the state of being deposited or precipitated as in the deposition of soil at the mouth of a river.
The cast of Arterial Deposition in Thought and Being - 2008 includes: Mason Shefa as Main Character
it is the state of being depositing or precipitated
When soil moves from one location to another location, it is being eroded in the location that it is leaving, and it is being deposited in the location where it is arriving. Hence, a landslide is both deposition and erosion.
Deposition, slip off slopes for river beaches and finely ground stones being deposed by the sea :)
They cannot flat out refuse to pay them. However, they may be able to refuse to pay due to there not being any assets to pay them with.
Arterial Deposition in Thought and Being - 2008 was released on: USA: 10 October 2008 (Iowa City Experimental Film Festival)
If it is a court ordered deposition you DO have to appear, in response to the court's order. However, I am not aware of anything that compels you to answer questions put to you at a deposition, especially without benefit of legal counsel of your choice being present.
can a debt collector refuse payment after it is offered after being swiched from one company to another and not being 30 day notice
a deposing or being deposed; removal from office or position of power
the wave forms by being awesome
Katniss tries not to show any emotion to avoid being labeled by the other tributes or sponsors that she will be an easy target.
If it is a court ordered deposition and YOU are the one being deposed, YES. If you are the "other party" you may attend if you wish but you will not be allowed to pose any questions.
Any patient, being of sound mind, and not under court order can refuse any medical treatment.
Of course you can refuse. You can also refuse the biopsy of any polyps removed. If you're ever in a situation where a colonoscopy is being thrust upon you unwillingly, then just keep your legs crossed and by all avoid the fetal position.
Deposition, whereby the sediment load being transported is dropped.
Being taped w/o consent doesn't carry a penalty, that person is a victim - not a criminal. Setting up the taping, that's the crime - but I don't know what the punishment is.
Fair? Probably not. Legal? Probably not.But it would be stupid of him to do so while you werebeing videotaped.