What Happens In a Case Before the Trial?

The time between when a lawsuit is filed and when it goes to trial is mainly devoted to what is referred to as "pretrial discovery."  During the pretrial discovery stage, the parties obtain or develop their own evidence and learn about the evidence that the other side intends to present at trial.  Pretrial discovery includes, among other things, depositions, written questions known as interrogatories, production of documents and identification of witnesses.  It is a very important part of your lawsuit.

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