On the filing of the affidavit and application, and after notice to the opposing party, the court shall hear the application and determine if good reason exists for taking the deposition. When a party desires to take the deposition of a witness, the party shall file with the clerk of the court in which the case is pending an affidavit stating the facts necessary to constitute a good reason for taking the witness's deposition and an application to take the deposition. Depositions of witnesses may be taken by either the state or the defendant. The more Uber's CEO heard rumors about Google's plans for its self-driving cars, the more he begged to get a meeting with Larry Page.We're told she was asked in great detail about claims of past violence.
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The state or the defendant may not use the deposition for any purpose unless that party first acknowledges that the entire evidence or statement of the witness may be used for or against the defendant on the trial of the case, subject to all legal objections.
When an examination takes place in a criminal action before a magistrate, the state or the defendant may have the deposition of any witness taken by any officer authorized by this chapter.
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The lord justices issue a 'Commission for the Despoiled Subject' to eight clergymen, headed by Henry Jones, who are to record the losses of those dispossessed by the rebels. 1r) Commissioners: Henry Jones; Randall Adams; John Watson; William Aldrich; John Sterne; Henry Brereton; Roger Puttock; William Hitchcock. An article of this peace provided for the destruction of the depositions.