What is Realtime Reporting?
Realtime reporting is what the name implies– a court reporter’s work is translated in real time from phonetics to real English. Where other types of court reporters will leave a legal proceeding and edit the transcript before delivering it to the client, realtime reporters are different. A realtime reporter has the transcript translated before the proceedings have ended. The transcripts are sent to the attorney or judge as the legal proceedings are happening, so they can real along in real time.
Realtime reporting lends to a higher degree with difficulty, as realtime reporters must be as accurate as possible to produce an accurate transcript the first time.
When you schedule a realtime reporter…
- The transcript can be synced to a laptop or monitor to be displayed over a monitor to be read (a great resource for the hearing impaired).
- Attorneys can search key words/phrases in a document without having to pause legal proceedings.
- The transcript is immediately available to be printed following the adjourning of a trial or deposition.
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