Recent Examples of court reporter from the Web
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.
Uresti’s lawyers had expected to call a court reporter on Monday.
At one point, as an important hearing neared, a court reporter filed a transcript nearly four months late.
The full quotes come courtesy of a court reporter's transcript.
Several interpreters fluent in Urdu and English were brought in, along with a court reporter.
The court reporter kept a record of a deposition FourWinds investor Denise Cantu gave in a wrongful-death case involving two of her children, according to Tab Turner, an Arkansas lawyer who represents Uresti.
During one of his displays, Motta faced Judge Donald Tegeler and the court reporter and held out the gun so it was pointed toward them.
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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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