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How Much Evidence Do I Need Before I Can File An Action And Get Sworn Depositions?

Jacksonville, FL |

When is it too early to get depositions and 'fish' for evidence, esp when the depositions are the only evidence?

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  1. In Florida, if you want to take a deposition within the first 30 days of filing the complaint, you need the court's permission [see FL Rules of Civil Procedure 1.310(a)]. And generally speaking, you will need to become familiar with all of the Florida Rules of Civil Procedure if you insist on doing this yourself. Good luck!

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