Evolve has been conducting Depositions in Nevada since 2009 and is dedicated to providing the most accurate recording of a deposition while significantly reducing transcript costs. Our services are unmatched in the Litigation Support Industry; Nothing is more accurate than an Audio and Video Recording. Therefore, it should serve as the official record in every proceeding.
The Nevada Rules of Civil Procedure expressly authorize the use of audiovisual recordings as the official record of a deposition.Rule 30 (b) (2) states that:
“The party taking the deposition shall state in the notice the method by which the testimony shall be recorded. Unless the court orders otherwise, it may be recorded by sound, sound-and-visual, or stenographic means, and the party taking the deposition shall bear the cost of the recording. Any party may arrange for a transcription to be made from the recording of a deposition taken by nonstenographic means.”
The Federal Rules of Civil Procedure expressly authorize the use of audiovisual recordings as the official record of a deposition.Rule 30 (b) (3) (A) states that:
“The party who notices the deposition must state in the notice the method for recording the testimony. Unless the court orders otherwise, testimony may be recorded by audio, audiovisual, or stenographic means. The noticing party bears the recording costs. Any party may arrange to transcribe a deposition.”