Court Reporter Services

Court Reporting

Certified shorthand court reporters can be used for a variety of proceedings where a verbatim record is required.  Certified shorthand court reporters have to pass a three-part licensing exam, as well as hundreds of hours of training in legal and medical terminology, English grammar, and transcription preparation, as well as a minimum of 60 internship hours.  Only transcripts certified by licensed court reporters are objection-proof and always admissible in court.

Below are some of the most common proceedings to use a certified shorthand court reporter:

  • Arbitrations
  • Depositions
  • Examination Under Oath (EUO)
  • Hearings
  • Independent Medical Evaluation (IME)
  • Meetings
  • Order of Examination (OEX)
  • Transcription
  • Trials