A court reporter or court stenographer,[1] also called stenotype operator, shorthand reporter or law reporter,[2] is a person whose occupation is to transcribe spoken or recorded speech into written form, using shorthand, machine shorthand or voice writing equipment to produce official transcripts of court hearings, depositions and other official proceedings. Court reporting companies primarily serve private law firms, local, state and federal government agencies, courts, trade associations, meeting planners and nonprofits.[3]


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Being a Court Reporter

StrashinCBC: Any reporter who has ever covered any aspect of the Canadian court system can truly appreciate a verdict being live stream. Any reporter who has ever covered any aspect of the Canadian court system can truly appreciate a verdict being live streamed. 2016. Honestly, I'm hoping for a male court-side reporter soon in UAAP. :) RtF0p8vmg4. mwl462 BenHurst just googled it. Being a court reporter you'll have more dealings with those who've been on the lam than I.. Being a legal reporter means cracking yourself up every time you get to tell a source, "I'll see you in court!".