During your deposition, you will be required to answer questions about your previous employment. Objections to certain questions made by your Orange County employment law attorney will help you as you move forward with your testimony.
Your Orange County Employment Law Attorney Wants You to Answer Carefully
If a question is asked and your Orange County employment lawyer objects that the question is “vague and uncertain” or “vague and ambiguous,” it is a good time for you to carefully think about the question that has been asked and whether you truly understand it. If you do not understand the question, ask for clarification before answering.
Questions That Lack Foundation or Assume Facts That Are Not in Evidence
Before answering, you should be sure that the question does not assume a fact within the question itself. If your Orange County employment lawyer has objected for one of the reasons above, it could be that the wording renders it a trick question. You must ascertain whether the assumptions are accurate or inaccurate, because answering might be an admission of something you would not have admitted to if asked in a more straightforward way.
Contact an Orange County Employment Law Attorney
As you can see, opposing counsel will ask questions in a way that will best forward its own case. Without an Orange County employment law attorney who knows how to object to these questions, you may find yourself at a disadvantage. The attorneys at Daily Aljian LLP can help. Call 949-861-2524 today to speak to a representative.