Is Realtime Reporting Right for You?
Realtime reporting has a few key differences from what many think of as “standard” court reporting. Instead of the court reporter having to go back and translate the phonetic transcript into “real English” at a later time, realtime court reporting is instantly translated onto a computer screen and can be delivered to attorneys and judges on the spot through computer programming.
With realtime reporting, the transcript is immediately available to clients. This causes a greater degree of difficulty for the court reporter, as realtime reporters must be as accurate as humanly possible to ensure the transcript is accurately translated.
Pros of Realtime Reporting
- Transcript is immediately available to be emailed or printed once a deposition or trial is adjourned.
- Transcripts can be displayed over a monitor in real time for the judge and attorneys to see, (great resource for the deaf/hard-of-hearing).
- Court reporters can sync their equipment to their attorney’s laptop. This allows them to look over notes without having to pause proceedings.
- Attorneys and judges can search key words and phrases in a document, making the summarization easy.
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Document Management & Exhibits
Envision will maintain Master-Exhibit Binders for maximum exhibit consistency from “file-to-trial” including preparation of digital and paper trial binders.
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In-Courtroom tech-support and trial exhibit preparation and presentation. Support for iPro Trial Director 360® and Lexis-Nexis Sanction® software.
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