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How Attorneys can Make Things Easier for Their Court Reporters – and Themselves, pt. 2

2016-11-02T18:05:14-07:00

Court reporters are an essential part of every deposition, but they can often be overlooked – even by the attorneys. A full, clear, high quality deposition transcript of the proceedings can make or break an attorney’s case, so they should be doing everything in their power to ensure that the reporter can get a clear record. Here are a few ways that attorneys can help court reporters produce the best deposition transcript possible. Be Conscientious when Reading from a Document When people read from a written document in court, they tend to read very quickly so that they can get to [...]

How Attorneys can Make Things Easier for Their Court Reporters – and Themselves, pt. 22016-11-02T18:05:14-07:00

How Attorneys can Make Things Easier for Their Court Reporters – and Themselves, pt. 1

2016-11-02T18:03:09-07:00

In a courtroom setting, court reporters are practically invisible. They sit off to the side, carefully recording every spoken word at speeds of 200 words per minute or more. Many times, it is easy to forget that court reporters are in the room, which can create problems in the finished transcript. Attorneys sometimes do things that make court reporting in San Diego, CA difficult – here are some things you can do to ensure the best quality transcript. Speak Clearly It doesn’t matter how clever your line of questioning is if the court reporter can’t hear it. Speak too quickly or [...]

How Attorneys can Make Things Easier for Their Court Reporters – and Themselves, pt. 12016-11-02T18:03:09-07:00
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