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Under The Gavel host Lauren Flynn sits down with Union-Tribune court reporter Pauline Repard to discuss the second week of the Zahau trial.
The court reporter sat to my left, and an assistant district attorney stood at a podium to my right, next to a projector.
Four years after Perez was sentenced, the original transcript was improperly changed after a phone call from then-Assistant District Attorney Jerome Teresinski to the court reporter, who has since died.
On top of the Schwartz fees, the local paid another $21,272 for court reporters.
The panel had sent questions to Judge Ron Rangel, who either had the court reporter read back testimony to the panel or instructed the jury that they had seen and heard all the evidence presented in court and to please continue deliberations.
One court reporter cited health problems, while others complained of workload issues.
The Court of Appeals had to prod several court reporters to finish transcripts, and multiple transcripts had to be destroyed and redone because of errors and omissions.
After starting out as a court reporter for the state in the early 1990s, Walker ascended to the top of her union with her tenacity and without a college degree.
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COURT REPORTER Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of court reporter for English Language Learners
: a person whose job is to write down exactly what is said and done during a legal trial
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