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Court Depositions: What to Do and What Not to Do

Court depositions are witnesses’ sworn, out of court written or oral testimonies. They are used to gather evidence prior to the commencement of a trial. Moreover, depositions provide attorneys with vital information that they can use to predict how a case is likely to turn out.  The impact of court depositions cannot be understated. In [...]

November 7th, 2019|Categories: Court Reporting|Tags: , , , , , |

Court Reporters: Are They Old Fashioned?

We live in an era where there are more technological innovations than we can keep up with. Modern technologies, ranging from wireless charging systems to self-driving cars and virtual reality, make our world a completely different place from what it was two decades ago. It is therefore rather surprising that with all the modern IT [...]

Understanding Depositions

As a court reporter, depositions are part of the job. But what is a deposition-- and why should you care? A deposition is something that every person ideally has a good working basic understanding of. Knowing what you're contending with if you yourself have to deal with a deposition is key to being successful in [...]

Using a Court Reporter: The Benefits for Attorneys

Do you know what a court reporter is or does? Many attorneys use a realtime court reporter during a deposition. They serve to provide a translation of testimony and help create an accurate record of what is being done and said. When should you use this service and what does reporting as an attorney do [...]

Does Court Reporting Require a Human Element?

When it comes to court reporting, how important is it to have a person there instead of tech? Some people may think with the advancement in technology, fields such as court reporting may be having a tough time competing when it comes to people doing the jobs over robots or computers and author tech. But [...]