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Taking the Investigating Police Officer Depo

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Date Published

November 20, 2019

Publisher

Consumer Attorneys of California

Subjects

Auto, Deposition Techniques

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Summary

In auto cases or other cases where a police investigation is involved, the deposition of a police offer may be a key part of your case. Learn the techniques you need to lock down police officer testimony and how to use traffic collision reports for impeachment at trial.

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Presenters

Geoff Wells

Geoffrey Wells is a partner in the firm of Greene Broillet & Wheeler, LLP and joined the firm in 1992. Since that time,... Read More

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Taking the Investigating Police Officer Depo
Taking the Investigating Police Officer Depo - Paper
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