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Is a Court Reporter Necessary to My Case?

All attorneys know that the devil is in the details. That is why it is absolutely crucial for attorneys to be a stickler for details. When an attorney works without a court reporter, however, these details can be difficult to keep track of. On their own, an attorney cannot remember everything that transpired during their legal proceedings. Recording devices help, but even these cannot distinguish between voices, accents, and low audio levels.

Court reporters can. By scheduling a court reporting service, attorneys don’t have to worry about missing case peculiars. Their transcript perfectly illustrates exactly what they need in an easy to read format. Because court reporters have the ability to type 200 words per minute at a 97.5% accuracy rate, clients can be sure they won’t miss a beat. With the transcript of their deposition or trial, attorneys can better prepare themselves for the next step in the journey. 

 

 

No matter where an attorney is in the world, they can schedule a top-tier court reporting service that is guaranteed to exceed their expectations and make lives easier.

Our court reporters are:

  • Dedicated
  • Accurate
  • Timely 
  • Efficient

A good court reporter make a successful case. Save yourself time and stress by scheduling with the NNRC.

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