AGCV Certification Covers:

Video Depositions

Deposition Editing For Trial

Day In the Life Documentaries

  • Over 15 years of DITL Documentaries
  • Cases won in Personal Injury, Mesothelioma, Truck Accidents,Products Liability, Medical Malpractice, Wrongful Death, Family Law and Poisoning cases. Videographer will maintain total confidentiality and discression- personally shooting, editing and developing the narrative of each production. 


  • Site Inspection
  • Vehicle Inspection
  • Construction Videos
  • Settlement Brochures
  • Damage Survey Videos
  • Media Enhancement
  • Courtroom Playback 
  • Expert Testimony
  • Media Retrival
  • Demonstration Videos 
  • Medical Demonstration Evidence
  • Detailed and Confidential Work


Ramona Emerson has been a Certified Evidentiary Video Specialist since 1999 and is certified to take on every task to get legal professionals ready for trial. My goal is to prepare video and photographic media of the highest quality. Emerson understands the CLVS Code of Ethics, the CLVS Standards for Video Depositions, and applicable Federal Rules of Civil Procedure.

AGCV Certified Evidentiary Video Specialists are expert videographers that focus on preserving evidence for use in trial so that decision makers have all of the facts in front of them and in context.
Without visual presentation of evidence, jurors and decision makers are left to assume the details and imagine the scene in their own mind causing discrepancies and obscurity.

Emerson has also been a Certified Deposition Video Specialist. AGCV Certified Deposition Video Specialists are expert videographers that focus on recording not only the spoken word, but the witness’ demeanor and actions so that it can be presented to decision makers while maintaining every ounce of communication value.

Jurors and decision makers expect evidence to be presented to them just like they see on television. Deposition Video Specialists are an integral piece of the puzzle in capturing and presenting testimony at trial that lives up to juror expectations.