March 16, 2020
Transcription services are available to most attorneys and even to businesses that need to have certain events recorded. Here are several frequently asked questions about court transcripts Why Do I Need a Court Transcript? Transcripts provide you with a written record of your event, meeting, conference, interview or deposition. An accurate transcript can be used […]
September 21, 2017
A court transcript provides you written evidence of the recorded occurrences during a legal proceeding. Ordering a court transcript can be a really perplexing task, and you may have various questions on how to procure it. Although the process of ordering a court transcript can vary from state to state, there are a few things […]
November 24, 2016
A person who works as a legal transcriptionist must take initiative if they plan on being successful. Legal transcription requires a commitment to excellence. If a person wants to succeed, they must always strive to meet or exceed the expectations of their clients. Here are 5 reasons legal transcriptionists fail at their work: Lack of […]
November 17, 2016
Law enforcement agencies outsource to legal transcription services for multiple reasons, from hearings and depositions to interrogations and private investigations. They need this documentation to build cases against criminals. Here are other key reasons and benefits that make legal transcription important to federal, state and local officials: Key Benefits Save time and money while officials […]
September 8, 2016
Court transcripts are necessary to make official records of court proceedings and are usually captured through a court reporter’s notes or recording equipment. They are word-to-word record of every court proceedings that includes witness testimony, spoken arguments of the lawyers and decisions of the judge. They may be available to the interested party or publicly […]
To all our valued clients present and future, we are offering remote depositions at a discount.
We now are offering the remote deposition service complimentary!
Remote depositions will allow everyone attending the deposition to appear via phone, smartphone, video conferencing unit, desktop or laptop computer.
All participants will need the following on their device: microphone, camera, screen and ability to connect to the internet. Additionally, participants will need the internet.
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