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DessaVan Schuyver

DessaVan Schuyver

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Shawna Gauntt-Hicks

Shawna Gauntt-Hicks

Can someone tell me, if I'm dictating in Dragon, and then correcting in Dragon in there by editing phrases and such, what do I need to do for Dragon to remember that? Just hit save profile?

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Lea Puett

Lea Puett

Apologize in advance for the long post! Need some input on Court Administrator giving courtroom audio to parties. I had a request for audio of an agg. stalking TPO hearing (both parties were pro se) that has already been transcribed. Permanent TPO issued, he has posters on his van about the Judge, he trued to friend me on FB, somehow got my cell #, etc. The defendant has since filed a lawsuit to include everyone that was present in the courtroom at the time of the hearing (deputies, court reporter, clerk, & judge). I asked the Court Admin how to handle the request due to circumstances with the person. To make a long story short the Court Admin said he spoke to the county attorney & because the open court audio is stored on the county server the audio has to be given & at no charge. I'm of the opinion it will open up a huge can of worms & now everyone will ask for free audio. Thoughts?????

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Donald Scott

Donald Scott

NCRA's Advisory Opinion - An Attorney Requests a Copy of a Reporter's Backup Audio Media

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Donald Scott

Donald Scott

This is good timing - we've received a few inquiries recently about voice writing in New York, and - voila! - this drops right in our laps! Attention VOICE WRITING COURT REPORTERS: Lex Reporting Service has been handling depositions, hearings, and arbitrations in New York and New Jersey for over twenty-five years. Corporate headquarters are located in the financial district of New York City. Depo suites and conference rooms are maintained in the boroughs of Queens, Bronx, Brooklyn as well as in Long Island and Westchester. We presently have available positions for court reporters situated close enough to these areas to join our staff. Please email resume to claire@lexreporting.com http://www.lexreporting.com/employment.html TO: VOICE WRITING STUDENTS: Lex Reporting Service seeks voice writing students living near the following areas to intern with us. New York City Brooklyn, New York Queens, New York Bronx, New York Staten Island, New York Long Island Westchester Lex interns sit in at depositions and hearings, and are trained “hands-on” to enter the workplace with confidence. There are presently four internship openings available Contact claire@lexreporting.com

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