Can a friend or family member accompany me to an Examination for Discovery?
A friend or family member may accompany you to an Examination for
Discovery, but in most cases they will not be allowed to sit in on the
actual Examination for Discovery. They would have to wait for you in
the waiting area of the office where the discovery is taking place.
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