Bill of Particulars
written statement of the particulars of a complaint showing the details of the amount owed
Questions asked by a deponent in response to questioned asked at a deposition
Demand for Bill of Particulars
A pleading calling for details of a claim or the separate items of an account
one who gives testimony under oath. A person who signs an affidavit.
The testimony of a witness, given under oath but not in open court, and alter reduced to writing.
Deposition on Oral Examination
A deposition in which the lawyers orally examine and cross examine a witness.
Deposition on Written Questions
A depostion in which lawyers examine and cross-examine a witness who has received in advance written questions to be answered.
Methods that allow each party to obtain information from the other party and from witnesses about a case before going to court.
call into question
A form of discovery in a civil action in which parties are given a series of written questions to be answered under oath
Motion for order compelling discovery
A motion asking the court to order the other party to produce certain writings, photographs, or other requested items.
A person authorized to administer oaths, attest to and certify documents, take acknowledgments, and perform other official acts.
party to a suit
A person or organization participating or having a direct interest in a legal proceeding.
Further questions asked by a deponent in response to redirect questions.
Further questions asked by an examinter at a deposition in repsonse to cross questions.
An agreement between the parties to an action regulating any matter relative to the proceedings.
An order commanding a person to appear and testify in a legal action.
Subpoenna Ad Testificandum
An order commanding a person to appear and testify in legal action.
Subpoenna Duces Tecum
An order commanding a person to appear and bring certain papers or other materials that are pertinent to a legal action.
Word for word.
Requests for Admission
Request for the court to rule on evidence or testimony to a proceeding.
Not telling the truth in court; telling a lie to the court which is against the law.