Local Criminal Rules; Preservation of Testimony by Videotape Recording—Directions Not to Answer; CP-23-MD 525-14
[44 Pa.B. 1876]
[Saturday, March 29, 2014]
And Now, this 4th day of March, 2014, it is hereby Ordered and Decreed that the existing Delaware County Local Criminal Rule 9015(i) is rescinded and shall be entirely replaced and renamed Delaware County Local Criminal Rule 501(B)(8)(c) Preservation of Testimony by Videotape Recording—Directions Not to Answer in accordance with the language set forth as follows. Said Rule shall go into effect thirty (30) days after Publication in the Pennsylvania Law Bulletin.
Delaware County Local Rule 501(B)(8)(c). Preservation of Testimony by Videotape Recording—Directions Not to Answer.
Under circumstances where the witness is directed by an attorney not to answer a question or line of questions, the attorney asking the questions may, at his or her option, request, where practical, an immediate ruling by a judge or where the obtaining of such a ruling is not practical, may defer that part of the videotape deposition until said ruling may be had. For this purpose, the assigned trial judge may be reached by telephone for ruling. The aforesaid ruling should be immediately reduced to writing or placed on the videotape at the option of the attorneys by a stipulation which sets forth the question, the ruling and the name of a judge and the stipulation should be forthwith filed of record.
By the Court
CHAD F. KENNEY,
[Pa.B. Doc. No. 14-658. Filed for public inspection March 28, 2014, 9:00 a.m.]
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