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The court reporter, Twyla, picked up on the first ring.
Cook County circuit court doesn't have court reporters or recording equipment in eviction courtrooms, making appeals all but impossible.
Stories written by a Mobile Press-Register court reporter detail his long rap sheet of DUI offenses, spanning nearly two decades, beginning in 1981.
No more court reporters in family courts — which will be housed in the new building after being transferred from its current cramped location at Sixth Avenue near Cedar Street.
So was everybody in the courtroom—not just the judge, but the court reporter, the bailiff, and the juvenile prosecutor.
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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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