COUNTY RULES OF PRACTICE
OF THE COURT OF COMMON PLEAS
Domestic Relations Division
Effective July 1, 1984 unless otherwise noted
Use of depositions in court proceedings
In actions for divorce, annulment or legal separation, only one corroborating
witness, who may be a party and who has personal knowledge of the facts that
constitute grounds for the action, shall be required.
Pursuant to Ohio Civil Rule 32, every deposition intended to be presented as
evidence must be filed with the Clerk of Courts at least one day before the
day of trial or hearing unless for good cause shown the court permits a later
filing. If the deposition testimony is recorded by other than stenographic
means, a transcript of the deposition shall accompany the filing of the deposition.
A log of objections shall accompany all depositions presented as evidence.