theft charges

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    I filed theft charges becaue my trust fund trustee dole all of the money I inherited. Now I am be notified of a deposition. What is this and does it mean the defense is choosing a trial rather than a plea?


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    Sorry for the bad typing. I am usually much better. (:

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    A deposition is basically where an attorney will set down and ask you questions on the record about what occurred. You can have an attorney present with you if you like although it is not required. Deposition occurs during the discovery period of a trial. This does not necessarily mean the case will go to trial. It just means they are obtaining more information.
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