Rule 203.6. Use (1999)
(a) Nonstenographic recording; transcription. A nonstenographic recording of an oral deposition, or a written transcription of all or part of such a recording, may be used to the same extent as a deposition taken by stenographic means. However, the court, for good cause shown, may require that the party seeking to use a nonstenographic recording or written transcription first obtain a complete transcript of the deposition recording from a certified court reporter. The court reporter's transcription must be made from the original or a certified copy of the deposition recording. The court reporter must, to the extent applicable, comply with the provisions of this rule, except that the court reporter must deliver the original transcript to the attorney requesting the transcript, and the court reporter's certificate must include a statement that the transcript is a true record of the nonstenographic recording. The party to whom the court reporter delivers the original transcript must make the transcript available, upon reasonable request, for inspection and copying by the witness or any party.
(b) Same proceeding. All or part of a deposition may be used for any purpose in the same proceeding in which it was taken. If the original is not filed, a certified copy may be used. "Same proceeding" includes a proceeding in a different court but involving the same subject matter and the same parties or their representatives or successors in interest. A deposition is admissible against a party joined after the deposition was taken if:
(1) the deposition is admissible pursuant to Rule 804(b)(1) of the Rules of Evidence, or
(2) that party has had a reasonable opportunity to redepose the witness and has failed to do so.
(c) Different proceeding. Depositions taken in different proceedings may be used as permitted by the Rules of Evidence.Amended by order of Nov. 9, 1998, eff. Jan. 1, 1999.
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