Reporters have long been the trusted “keepers of the record.” Skilled professionals who capture and preserve the verbatim record of a legal proceeding, ensuring that the record is both accurate and court-admissible.
The role the reporter performs – regardless of technology: stenography, voice, or digital – is that of an impartial third-party officiant who is crucial in facilitating the proceeding.
The way in which reporters capture the record has been evolving for over a century. The court reporting industry has seen enormous technological advances across all methods of capture – stenography, voice, and digital. Gone are the days of handwritten notes, typewriters, and tape recorders. Yet, it is not technology alone that creates an accurate record. The professional behind the machine must be equally as skilled.
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