What is real-time court reporting?

Answer Real-time court reporting is the process of taking down verbatim proceedings on a stenotype machine. This machine is hooked up through cables to a laptop computer where the text can be viewed on th... Read More »

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What is a court reporting scopist?

A court reporting scopist proofreads the transcripts created by court reporters, individuals who type the proceedings of a legal hearing or trial verbatim as they occur. The scopist corrects gramma... Read More »

About Veritext Court Reporting?

Veritext is a U.S. company based in New Jersey, specializing in court depositions and other litigation services. The company employs over 10,000 court reporters and legal specialists, according to ... Read More »

About Eclipse Court Reporting?

Eclipse Court Reporting is computer software intended to help court reporters with transcribing the method of shorthand used when creating transcripts of court testimony. Version 4.3 is Advantage S... Read More »

Verbatim Court Reporting?

Court reporters create transcripts of meetings, speeches and legal proceedings like trials and depositions. The Bureau of Labor Statistics describes three different types of court reporting: stenog... Read More »