In a deposition, Is the defendant required to appear at the Plantiff's attorney's office if the defendant has already entered a hand delivered typed confession to the circuit clerk's office? The defendant does not feel it is necessary since they voluntarily submitted the document. Also, the document was signed by the defendant and stamped inside the the circuit clerk's office. Furthermore, the defendant does not understand the reason for the deposition since they met face to face with the Plantiff's attorney at the initial Conference Hearing. What would be the advantages or disadvantages to the having the defendant attend a deposition held by the Plantiff's attorney?