Compiled by Michelle Buhalo • Last Updated December 12, 2019
A deposition is both "[a] witness's out-of-court testimony that is reduced to writing (usu. by a court reporter) for later use in court or for discovery purposes" and "[t]he session at which such testimony is recorded." Deposition, Black's Law Dictionary (11th ed. 2019).
For a sampling of the materials Jenkins has on depositions, see the Depositions guide.