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    Re: thanks for clearing it up

    Posted by Mary on 6/27/03

    Hey johncodiethecrazyengineer:

    Thanks for clearing up how depositions work. It was all kinda fuzzy until you explained it so
    well. You've been a great help.

    Best Regards,


    On 6/27/03, johncodie wrote:
    > Mary has to ask Phares if a client should post, if he/she is in litigation. If you have never
    > been in litigation, or or deposition, you should know that you can't bagger your witness being
    > disposed of having any specific knowledge. It just gets you own to the next question. If you
    > have specific knowledge that later comes back, and you responded negative, it indicates you were
    > being untruthful. I told you before Frank, if you don't have any specific knowledge, just say
    > you don't. Nobel to try to defend Dr. Shoemaker, but I don't think he would return the favor.
    > On 6/27/03, ff wrote:
    >> Mary"
    >> What? Too many flaws inherent in his post/thinking for me, or is it just me? How truthful is
    >> the response if the attorney cannot make you answer because you responded "I don't have any
    >> knowledge."
    >> ff

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