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Arkansas court reporters have been serving the Natural State and the nation for years and years. Their responsiveness, effectiveness, and passion for the job are what have made them staples of the state and members of the NNRC. Short notice or long term, clients can rely on these Little Rock court reporters to do their jobs, and do it right. The NNRC provides premiere court reporting, video conferencing, and legal video services throughout the state of Arkansas. Select from the list of cities below for more details and to schedule your court reporter services.
Don’t see a city in Arkansas where you require court reporting services? Contact NNRC toll-free at 866.337.6672 or click here to book a court reporter online through our scheduling page. Select from the list of cities in Arkansas where our NNRC members provide court reporter services, legal video services and video conferencing services.
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