Court Reporting and Working with the Hearing Impaired

 Tuesday, December 6th, 2016

In a newsfeed found on the National Court Reporters Association, they report the state of Rhode Island passing legislation for televisions to be incorporated in the courtroom for people who are hard of hearing or hearing impaired. While this bill is still waiting on the long process getting passed, the NCRA is supporting it 100%. To have a fair trial, these individuals are expected to be included and given every


Relaxation for Court Reporters, Admins and Stenographers

 Tuesday, December 6th, 2016

During the holiday season, many of us are rushing to get done with our transcripts before events and vacation. During this time of the season, things can get a little more stressful than the rest of the year. If you’re spending a lot of additional hours to cram in work, you may need a little time to relax. Taking inventory of your health is your responsibility personally. However, it’s always


The Secret of a Court Reporter

 Tuesday, November 29th, 2016

Court reporters, stenographers and transcriptionists have belonged to the legal system for decades. They are the unsung heroes of the court team or law firm that serve a significant purpose while remaining silent during the interim. While these individuals work diligently to record testimony, and the words were spoken by all who are involved in a trial their presence is often forgotten. These noteworthy representatives of the court and judicial


What You Can Learn from a Former FBI Agent

 Monday, October 24th, 2016

  In a recent article posted by Sion Shaykhet who is a reporter for WXYZ in Detroit, a woman’s story was revealed. Former FBI agent and stenographer, Jean Fisher allowed a glimpse into her life and career. Her story was enlightening, and there’s a lot to learn with the article showing the high character and work ethic Fisher possessed. Here’s what we can learn from this woman that will motivate


Stenographers are a Rare Commodity

 Monday, October 24th, 2016

Miami Transcription Services

  In a recent article found posted by The Washington Times, they quoted the following from a court administrator: “There has been a disconnect between the demand for this service and the supply of people who have the skills and are certified to do it,” he said. In this same article, they claim Sierra Vista, AZ to be one of the first county courts to utilize remote stenographers. Regardless of





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