1976 South Carolina Code of Laws
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Title 15 - Civil Remedies and Procedures

CHAPTER 28.

VIDEOTAPED DEPOSITIONS


SECTIONS 15-28-10 to 15-28-20. [En 1981 Act No. 66, Section 1] Repealed by 1985 Act 100,Section 2, eff July 1, 1985.

SECTIONS 15-28-10 to 15-28-20. [En 1981 Act No. 66, Section 1] Repealed by 1985 Act 100,Section 2, eff July 1, 1985.

SECTION 15-28-30. Videotaped depositions of children.

Any party, including a guardian ad litem, during a family court proceeding relating to abuse or neglect, may request a videotaped deposition of a child with appropriate notice to all other parties who shall be given the right of cross-examination. Failure without good cause to attend the deposition or to cross-examine shall not be a ground for objection to the admissibility of the deposition in any proceeding related to the pending action.





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