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COVID-19 has changed nearly every aspect of our lives – including the way legal proceedings are handled. Courts across the country are requiring personal injury depositions and other proceedings to take place remotely in order to reduce the spread of the virus. Although parties in a remote deposition attend the deposition via audio and video software, the overall structure of the deposition remains the same. Many of the same legal requirements and procedures will still apply. If you have been asked to participate in a virtual deposition or remote deposition, it is important to make sure you are fully prepared for a deposition and understand what to expect.

Technology Concerns During Remote Court Proceedings

The technology used for remote court proceedings in Connecticut may vary slightly from case to case, but most virtual court proceedings will involve the same basic setup. Instead of a physical room, your deposition will take place in a virtual environment. Some participants may be in a conference room or courtroom while others are in their homes. To participate in the virtual deposition, you will likely need a computer, laptop, tablet, or smartphone with a camera and microphone. The court will send you an email explaining how to set up the video conferencing software or app used for the virtual deposition. You will also receive an email with a secure hyperlink and password for the virtual environment. Make sure the batteries in your device are charged, your Internet connection is stable, and that your microphone and camera are working correctly before the deposition begins.

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