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Rule 30.1. Audio and Audio-Visual Depositions.

(1) Any deposition upon oral examination may be recorded by audio or audio-visual means without a stenographic record. Any party may make at the party's own expense a simultaneous stenographic or audio record of the deposition. Upon request and at the expense of the requesting party, any party is entitled to an audio or audio-visual copy of the audio-visual recording.

(SCO 734 effective December 15, 1986; amended by SCO 990 effective January 15, 1990; and by SCO 1153 effective July 15, 1994)
Note to Civil Rule 30.1(f): The Administrative Director has not established standards for audio or audio-visual equipment or guidelines for taking and using audio or audio-visual depositions.

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