Reviewing Depositions

Use our specialized deposition reviewer to make transcript review a breeze.

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Written by Meg Hall
Updated over a week ago

To review a deposition in CaseFleet's specialized deposition reviewer, upload the .txt version of the transcript from the court reporter. 

NOTE: If you do not have a .txt file, but do have a .ptx file, download the E-Transcript Viewer and use it to export the deposition as ASCII. Upload your ASCII file into CaseFleet. Converting a .pdf or .docx file by simply saving it as .txt file will not produce the desired result.

Once uploaded, locate your deposition within your sources list. You should see a small icon indicating the document was successfully processed as deposition:

  • The gavel icon indicates that the file was successfully processed as a deposition.

  • The stars icon indicates that the document was processed with the latest version of our deposition review tool.

  • The columns icon indicates that the deposition designations feature is available for use in the reviewer for this file.

When you click “Launch Reviewer” on the right, CaseFleet will open the transcript in a specialized deposition reviewer. This interface allows you to scroll through the entire document seamlessly, and when creating facts via highlighting, the pin cite location will automatically extract the page and line numbers spanning the highlight:

For information on CaseFleet's deposition designations add-on feature, click here.

Click here for more tips and tricks when creating facts via CaseFleet's document reviewer.

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