Realtime reporting takes court reporting to another level. Usually, court reporters will record what it is said as it is said in a court room, then take the transcript back to the office to edit it and deliver it to their attorney at a later date. Realtime reporting removes that middle step.
In realtime reporting, special technology translates the court reporter’s transcript out of shorthand and into “real English” in realtime. In order to be properly translated, reporters must be as fast and accurate as humanly possible, resulting in a higher degree of difficulty. The transcript can be hooked up to a laptop or another device and delivered to the attorney as the legal proceedings unfold. This allows attorneys to go over the transcript as the court reporter types it.
Within recent years, realtime reporting has grown to be an essential service for litigation support firms to offer. At Beovich, Walter & Friend, we are proud to offer it as one of our many services. Every single one of our staff have obtained the Certified Realtime Reporter (CRR) from the NCRA, so clients can be confident that no matter who they work with, they are in good hands.
We are fast, reliable, and guaranteed to provide you the support you need, no matter how large or small the case. For more information on our staff and our services, contact us today.