Understanding the Criminal Law Process Part 15 of 17 | Criminal Law Attorney Fort Myers/Naples


If you decline to accept a settlement, or none has been offered, you will ultimately go to trial.

Your attorney may choose to hold one or more depositions. A deposition is an excellent, but expensive way to prepare for trial. Victims, witnesses, and testifying experts can be questioned during a deposition. There is no judge, no bailiff, and no jury. Just your attorney, the State Attorney, and the person to be questioned.

In a deposition, your attorney can find out exactly how someone intends to answer at trial, without a judge or jury hearing the results. Those answers can be challenged, expanded upon, and tested for weaknesses. A deposition can uncover weak parts of the case against you and is considered an excellent tool in your defense arsenal.

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