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Why Court Stenographers Matter

When it comes to the battle of technology versus real-time court reporters, who wins? Despite many tech advances that have happened in the industry, you cannot beat having a real person on board to handle the task. There are many reasons why stenographers matter so much when it comes to court proceedings. Read on to [...]

April 12th, 2017|Court Reporting, Stenography|

Our Guide To Being a Witness in Court

When it comes to being a witness in court, there's not exactly a guide on how to do that. Pair this fact with the fact that most people have never been a witness, and it can be tough to know how you're going to do it. Well, we've put together a makeshift guide and are [...]

March 16th, 2017|Trial Tips|

The Benefits of Legal Video for a Case 

When it comes to video conferencing and video deposition, they are very valuable to the case. It's been in use for decades-- legal video has been instrumental in helping with cases. These days, it's better than ever. The quality of legal video is up and it's less intrusive overall. So what are the benefits of [...]

February 28th, 2017|Court Reporting, Technology|

Why Digital Recorders Can’t Beat a Court Stenographer

If you're a certified court reporter, you probably know that digital recorders have been getting some press lately. Although these digital recorders do have some appeal, at the end of the day they really can't beat a court stenographer. We've gathered up all the reasons why, so read on to find out more. There has [...]

February 14th, 2017|Court Reporting, Stenography|

How to Succeed in the Courtroom

1. Get some firsthand experience. Get some experience of your own by sitting in on a few trials that are similar to your own. It'll help get your head in the game and give you some valuable visual experience seeing a case presented. This will help boost your own self-esteem and feel more prepared for [...]

January 31st, 2017|Court Reporting, Trial Tips|

Understanding the Basics of Deposition 

What is a deposition and why does it matter? When it comes to a deposition, understanding what you're dealing with is the key to success. Does that make sense? A good deposition can help legal professionals win their cases. A good deposition can help a case, while a bad one will hurt it. We've gathered [...]

January 17th, 2017|Court Reporting, Trial Tips|

Why You Should Pursue Realtime Court Reporting

Are you taking advantage of realtime court reporting? Do you know why you should be using it? It may just make your professional life a whole lot easier. Read on to find out why! Get access to verbal testimony immediately. Reporting in realtime lets everyone from the counsel and more to get access to rough [...]

December 30th, 2016|Court Reporting|

Let the Record Show: Tips for Attorneys When it Comes to Court Reporting

As most certified realtime reporters may already know, a transcript is required throughout a trial. It is the record of everything that has gone on and is used during reviews, preparation, briefs, and even impeachment. It's essential for many reasons and a trial cannot go on without it. A clear, accurate record allows for total [...]

December 22nd, 2016|Court Reporting|

The Details of Admissible Videoconference Recordings in Court

When it comes to deposition via video conference, what are the rules for when you're in court? Having the proper testimony is admissible if you do it the right way. Doing it the wrong way can be a recipe for disaster and lead to your findings being found inadmissible by the court-- not a great [...]

November 22nd, 2016|Court Reporting, Technology|

Going On The Record When It Comes to Court Reporting

When it comes to court reporting, you may be faced with several obligations. Have you ever been in a situation where you are almost done with your deposition outline when the opposing counsel has an objection to your line of questioning? They then tell their client not to answer. The opposing counsel doesn’t let the [...]

November 16th, 2016|Court Reporting, Stenography, Trial Tips|