Is Realtime Reporting Right for You?
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Realtime Reporting and Your Case
Realtime reporting is unique in regards to most forms of court reporting. The court reporter is there, reporting what is being said as it is being said just like any other court reporter, but it’s the delivery of transcript that varies. While most forms of court reporting require the reporter to translate the transcript from the phonetic spellings laid out by the stenograph into “real English,” this translation happens instantaneously with realtime reporting. This lends to a number of benefits for this type of reporting.
- The transcript can be displayed over a monitor in real time for the judge, attorneys, and members of the court to follow along with. This is especially helpful for the deaf and hard-of-hearing.
- There is no need to pause proceedings to look over notes– the attorney can easily access what was said through the transcript document.
- With a digital document at hand, legal professionals can easily search for key words and phrases in the document, which coincidentally makes summarization a breeze.
- Upon adjourning a trial or deposition, clients can have the transcript handed off to them immediately– be it on a flashdrive, through email, or printing.
For attorneys in need of their transcript immediately, realtime reporting is the right choice for them. Our staff at the National Network Reporting Company will make that retrieval process painless. Attorneys get the most accurate transcript possible every time. Make your life easier. Book with the NNRC today.
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