Written vs. Oral Testimony
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we've reached the point in the course where now we're going to start talking about expert witness testimony.
We're gonna talk about providing depositions and affidavits.
Less than 8.1
titled written versus oral testimony.
There are really two types of testimony that an expert can provide.
First is written,
and second is Orel. We're gonna talk about
the difference and similarity between written and oral testimony.
Written testimony allows for review and reflection, whereas oral testimonies march extemporaneous.
Um, when you're testifying on paper, you've got a lot of opportunity to double check reword things.
Figure out how you're going to best articulate what you want to articulate to the reader Orel testimony. On the other hand, you've got to really think on your feet and you've got to be ready to
read the facts of the case
on a very
minute. By minute
Orel testimony requires more preparation and a keen sense of listening. You have to pay attention to the question that's being asked. You've gotta anticipate what questions they're gonna be asked. You've gotta be prepared. You've got to know the case inside Now,
both types of testimony require attention towards selection and phrasing like we talked about earlier.
Um, the importance of every word becomes even mawr important when you get to the point where you're writing or providing oral testimony
in this video, we discussed the difference and similarity between written and oral testimony.