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10 Questions To Ask When Hiring A Court Reporter

10 Questions To Ask When Hiring A Court Reporter Hiring the right court reporter for depositions and other legal interviews makes a difference in the quality of the transcriptions. Having all the facts and correct information is critical for attorneys to build their cases. Not all court reporters are equally qualified. Knowing which questions to …

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Selecting The Right Space For Your Deposition

Selecting The Right Space For Your Deposition When choosing a location for a deposition, the priority is to make sure is that everyone in attendance is comfortable. Unfortunately, many people make mistakes when choosing a venue. The right environment is a space that allows the parties to communicate in a clear and professional manner. Selecting …

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What A Court Reporter Should Never Say in a Deposition

What A Court Reporter Should Never Say in a Deposition Court reporters work hard to ensure the record is accurate in any legal proceeding, especially depositions. No word or sound or head nod can go unreported. Missing a single word or phrase can alter the meaning of an attorney’s questions or a witness’s testimony. One …

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Why Voice-To-Text Is Not An Option For Legal Transcriptions

Why Voice-To-Text Is Not An Option For Legal Transcriptions Voice or speech-to-text apps are available on tablets and smartphones and are used for everything from sending messages and making notes to dictation and translation. Some examples of software used for dictation include Speechnotes, Google Docs voice typing, Simon, Verbit and Dragon by Nuance. While technological …

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Why Court Reporters Are Critical In The Courtroom

Why Court Reporters Are Critical In The Courtroom Court reporting is one profession where there is very little room for error. As identified in the Guide to Judiciary Policy for federal courts, and pursuant to the Court Reporters Act, all court sessions or other proceedings conducted by rule or court order must be recorded word-for-word. …

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