• Email:Greg1@LegalVideoWyo.com

To schedule a video deposition, please call (307)473-2566.

Legal Video of Wyoming records depositions in accordance with Federal Rule of Civil Procedure 30(b)(4) which governs the taking of videotaped depositions to be admitted in a court of law.

Recorded video is the best method to effectively present the visual and verbal communication cues of the witness. It is the best alternative to a live appearance of an unavailable key witness.
We record depositions with proper lighting and backgrounds. Microphones are placed on the deponent, deposing attorney, opposing attorney and videographer.
Our depositions are recorded in professional digital format, with year-month-date-day-hour-minute-seconds burned into the lower third of the image. We simultaneously record a backup video file.
Legal Video of Wyoming can provide duplicates of the original videotape on DVD, synchronized video or digital files.
In addition, an audio recording of the deposition can be delivered to the stenographic court reporter.
Deposition videos are delivered with a Tape Log, Objections and Colloquy Log, and proper labeling and packaging. The video is delivered with a signed Certificate of Authenticity.

Redacting Zoom Depositions

When a video deposition is recorded directly through Zoom, you have a complete recording of the entire proceeding, but most of the time there is extraneous video (such as the time when it is off the record, or before the deposition has started) that has off the record discussion or long pauses that you do not want presented to the jury or other viewers. This is because it is difficult to start and stop the Zoom recording at all the appropriate times.
I can quickly edit out those portions and conform the video deposition to the court reporter’s transcript. I can also redact the video according to the judge’s requirements and to the other party’s designations.
I have been video recording depositions and editing video for trial for more than 20 years, and I have a lot of experience at this.
I will do this for a flat fee of $100.00 per video deposition.
(Up to 4 hours of video. If the deposition goes beyond 4 hours, it is a flat fee of $200.00)
Just send me the video file, transcript and video instructions by Dropbox.
This can all be done by exchanging the video files through a cloud service such as Dropbox,
so there is no shipping cost and you will get the finished video returned to you very quickly.

Greg Irwin

Certified Senior Court Videographer

We will never share your contact information with anyone, period. We are trained in the relevant issues of confidentiality and will never disclose any private information, facts of a case or video related to a legal matter without express written permission.