A Deposition is a part of the discovery process in a case in which you are asked questions orally. These questions are asked under oath, which means that if you do not tell the truth, you can purger yourself. When called to a deposition, your attorney can be present, and it will mostly likely be videotaped or recorded. Also, a court reporter may be present. The attorney will verbally ask you questions and you are asked to answer those question truthfully. If the case progresses to trail, the questions you were asked in the deposition will arise again and your answer is expected to be the same.