PRACTICE VIDEOS FOR DIGITAL REPORTERS


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resources below. We think you'll find them useful in your learning.  

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VIDEO ONE

28 Minutes 14 Seconds

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Deposition of a Surgeon in a Gallbladder Malpractice Case – Attorney Ben Glass

VIDEO TWO

14 Minutes 01 Seconds

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Extended Deposition of Dr. Susan Kolb

VIDEO THREE

30 Minutes 02 Seconds

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Valeria Ponce Restraining order Deposition Vasquez vs. Ponce Video #1

VIDEO FOUR

10 Minutes 19 Seconds

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Most Interesting Deposition Ever and Most Interesting Witness Ever

VIDEO FIVE

22 Minutes 57 Seconds

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Dr. William Nash - Sham Owner Dentist for Small Smiles Dental Centers

VIDEO SIX

57 Minutes 18 Seconds

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Randy Sorrels Deposition – February 8, 2018

VIDEO SEVEN

1 Hour 05 Minutes 31 Seconds

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Deposition of Gastroenterologist in Medical Malpractice Case

VIDEO EIGHT

1 Hour 25 Minutes 33 Seconds

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American Retail Services Wage/Hour Theft Depo of Cindi Hoskins

VIDEO NINE

1 Hour 29 Minutes 05 Seconds

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Defendant Physician's Assistant's Videotaped Deposition

VIDEO TEN

1 Hour 11 Minutes 08 Seconds

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Dr. Eric Herman, A Workers Compensation Doctor Testifying for the Insurance Company

VIDEO ELEVEN

33 Minutes 51 Seconds

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Disposition (sic) of Jeff Steinberg Director Of Real Estate 30(b)(6)

VIDEO TWELVE

43 Minutes

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Gallbladder Surgery Aftermath -         Nurse Deposition

VIDEO THIRTEEN

21 Minutes 06 Seconds

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Jeff Niermeyer Deposition Part 1



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