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Don’t see a city in Pennsylvania 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 Pennsylvania where our NNRC members provide court reporter services, legal video services and video conferencing services.
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