Monday, February 2, 2009

8 ways lawyers can get the best out of court reporting services

So you found a court reporting service and got assigned a court reporter; then it happened, the transcript was missing a few things, a name was missing, etc. It's the common mistake most lawyers make when hiring a court reporting service... not understanding how to get the best out of your court reporter.

At we want you to enjoy your experience with us and get the most out of your court reporter. You can do this by following a few guidelines during a deposition:

  1. Speak clearly
  2. Speak slowly
  3. Have a business card on hand
  4. Write your position on the card either defendant, prosecution, etc.
  5. Don't talk while someone else is talking
  6. Don't let the witness answer until you finish you question
  7. Don't let witness answer with uh-uh or uh-huh
  8. State from the beginning who is in the room to avoid disputes in the future
We know lawyers and we know court reporters! For more information visit is the one-stop source for all your Court Reporting, videography and Transcription needs. Powered by innovative technologies, and a professional customer support staff, is sure to meet your complete satisfaction. The court reporters of are currently available in New York, California, Florida, Chicago and other areas throughout the United States.

Via Illinois Bar Journal

1 comment:

court reporting agency said...

This is true in a court reporting agency. These tips are helpful in solving a case. So lawyers have to take in mind how important it is to hire a professional court reporting agency who gives out the best service that will help them to win a case.

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