A panel of the state Court of Appeals has ruled that a trial court judge cannot block the deposition of a child solely on the ground that the proceeding might damage her psychologically - without at least considering restrictions on the deposition that would protect the child. Judge Billy Ray (above) wrote for the Court of Appeals that the trial judge must consider middle ground before prohibiting the deposition altogether.
Panel: Child can be deposed
October 25, 2012
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