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With DepoRemote™ as your foundation, your remote depositions are delivered in HD with crystal-clear audio.
Up to 100 participants can connect via computers, tablets, and smartphones, from anywhere around the world.
Remember: We are your one-stop shop: reporting, videography, deposition management, and courtroom presentation.
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You can pull up exhibits yourself and use the share function or have our technicians manage them; either way you can mark, annotate, and share. For large case depositions with voluminous exhibits, AgileLaw is our streamline tool that can manage the entire process incredibly smooth.
We recommend hardwiring your laptop or desktop for the best DepoRemote™ Zoom experience. Headsets are also a great added tool to get excellent audio.
We recommend and can provide professional videographers to protect the preservation of the Zoom deposition for trial. Some jurisdictions do not allow the submission of Zoom recordings as evidence at trial.
Really the same as in person. The interpreter will be present on Zoom. If preferred, they can also be with the witness.
Breakout rooms are very similar to an attorney and witness leaving the deposition to go into a separate room to talk. The host, DepoRemote™ specialist or the court reporter would assign a breakout room for specific people. They would then be in a separate room to privately communicate. The rest of the people in the depo will not be able to hear or see them. The host can also set a timer on the breakout room. Once the timer is up, they are back in the depo with everyone else.
Zoom videoconference depositions are easy to access from any device: smartphone, tablet, laptop, desktop, or videoconference.
It is 100% Free! There is no charge for DepoRemote™. There is only a charge if you need the videographer so you can have a court-approved copy of the deposition video.