The NNRC National Legal Realtime Court Reporting Directory
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Realtime court reporting is a subsect of court reporting that allows attorneys to view their transcript as it is being said. Certified Realtime Reporters (CRR) go back to school to receive additional training to serve their clients with the utmost speed and accuracy. Thanks to that training and technology that hooks up the stenograph to a laptop and immediately translates shorthand into English, attorneys can read along with what is being said as it is being said. They can mark up these transcripts, highlight important sections, and search for keywords without pausing legal proceedings.
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