Q: Can asking who pays your property taxes be a form of intimidation in a deposition?
Or the question do you keep your garage locked?
It doesn’t sound intimidating.
In a deposition, you should answer all questions as truthfully and briefly as possible. In many instances, a person not trained in law may not understand the relevance of a particular question or why it may lead to the discovery of admissible evidence.
Your attorney will have the opportunity to exclude any inadmissible evidence, including irrelevant evidence, when the deposition testimony is offered as evidence in your case.
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