Errata Sheets in Arizona are governed statutorily by Rule 30(E) of the Rules of Trial Procedure. Ind. Code Ann. § 34-5-30 (West 2017). This rule requires that the transcript be provided to the witness once it is completed and the witness shall read and sign the transcript, unless both have been waived by mutual agreement of the parties. Id. The witness can make changes in the transcript testimony as long as a statement accompanies the changes with the reasons for the changes. Id. The witness should do this on the form provided to the witness by the deposition officer. Id. The witness must sign each form and attach them to the deposition transcript upon returning it to the deposition officer. Id. The witness must make changes, sign, and return the transcript within 30 days of receiving it from the deposition officer. Id. If the witness returns the transcript unsigned, the deposition officer shall attach a certificate of that fact to the transcript and it is then considered fully signed. Id. If the witness does not return the transcript within 30 days, the deposition officer will issue a certificate stating this and the deposition can be used as if fully signed. Id.

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