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3 Tips When Preparing For A Deposition
1) Tell the truth and don’t guess.

Your testimony will be under oath. Therefore, it has the same value as if you were in a courtroom in front of a judge or jury. It’s okay to say “I don’t remember” or “I don’t know.” Never feel pressured to guess. It may be innocent to you, but you may be providing conflicting information which will be used against you at trial. No matter how embarrassing the facts may be, always tell the truth. Just remember, just because something is discussed during a deposition, doesn’t mean the information will come out at trial. If it has to be addressed, we will control the delivery.

2) You’re being evaluated.

   At a deposition, the attorney is looking at your appearance, demeanor, your ability to communicate about the incident, your injuries, and how the incident has affected your life. Overall, the attorney is evaluating your credibility and whether a jury will like you. Following your deposition, a report will be created and sent to the adjuster so that they can continue determining the value of your case. Basically, it’s important to make a good impression.

3) Think Q & A.

  During your deposition, defense counsel will ask questions, and your job is to simply answer the questions truthfully. This is not an opportunity to volunteer extra information that is not asked. If you do not understand a question, always ask counsel to repeat and/or rephrase. If you answer a question, it will be presumed that you understood the question.

-Attorney Rodgine Bray
The Davis Bozeman Law Firm & The Black Man Lab Raised Funds To Send 500 Local College & High School Students to Witness the Stage Adaption of Between the World and Me Presented by the Collective Culture

“We wanted to make this cultural gift accessible to all aspects of our community including our students and seniors. Our community partners brought young people and their tremendous energy into Atlanta Symphony Hall. Our mission was accomplished.”- Ronald B. Williams, Presenter of The Collective Culture
Attorney Mawuli Davis Receives The Law & Justice Award
Attorney Mawuli Davis photographed with Man of the Year recipient, Attorney Ernest Greer and fellow Law & Justice honoree Attorney L. Chris Stewart.
Davis Bozeman Holiday Affair
The Davis Bozeman Holiday Affair is almost sold out! Due to an overwhelming interest in attendance we would like to invite the first 100 people to e-mail to receive 2 tickets to the Davis Bozeman Holiday Affair. We hope to see you there!
The Black Man Lab continues to grow!!
The Black Man Lab

The Davis Bozeman Law Firm is a proud financial sponsor of The Black Man Lab. A weekly event series calling men ages 11 and up to enter the lab and discuss various topics surrounding the Black Male Experience. Come out to enjoy dinner, conversation, and music by The Ear Doctor.

Date: Every Monday
Time: 6:30 PM – 8:15 PM
Location: Andrew & Walter Young YMCA
2220 Campbellton Rd SW Atlanta, GA 30311
The Davis Bozeman Law Firm is a proud supporter of Kilombo Academic & Cultural Institute, one of the only independent African centered schools in Dekalb County. Please support their 14th Annual Fundraising Dinner by donating or purchasing tickets to attend.
The Real News Features Shali Tilson Case
The Police Accountability Report
The fight for justice for Shali Tilson continues!! Contact the Davis Bozeman Law Firm for more information on how you can support this cause.