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Promoting CCRA-NJ’s Rebuttal to ‘Could Automation Be the Antidote to the Court Reporter Shortage’

July 8, 2019 Re: Promoting CCRA-NJ’s Rebuttal to Could Automation Be the Antidote to the Court Reporter Shortage Dear Colleagues: As many of you by now may very well be aware, on May 23, 2019, the New Jersey Law Journal published a damaging article captioned: Could Automation Be the Antidote to the Court Reporter Shortage? …

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Creating Professional Power Points Presentations for Trial

When it comes to working as a certified court reporter, you probably see a lot of PowerPoint presentations. Professional presentations come up on a daily basis, and having a slide show that’s professional can help a case by bringing a point home and having a big impact. Humans are able to be influenced, and there …

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Let the Record Show: Tips for Attorneys When it Comes to Court Reporting

As most certified realtime reporters may already know, a transcript is required throughout a trial. It is the record of everything that has gone on and is used during reviews, preparation, briefs, and even impeachment. It’s essential for many reasons and a trial cannot go on without it. A clear, accurate record allows for total …

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Going On The Record When It Comes to Court Reporting

When it comes to court reporting, you may be faced with several obligations. Have you ever been in a situation where you are almost done with your deposition outline when the opposing counsel has an objection to your line of questioning? They then tell their client not to answer. The opposing counsel doesn’t let the …

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