Is a Court Reporter Really Necessary?
Court reporters are the backbone to any legal team. Even with a fully competent team behind an attorney, there is no way everything said in a deposition or courtroom can be accounted for. Attorneys need a way to fill the gaps in their memories. Recording devices may seem like the obvious solution, but they cannot properly pick up everything that was said, distinguish between voices, or clarify words and phrases.
This is why a court reporter is so crucial to one’s case. At Tempest Reporting, our state-of-the-art technology and highly qualified court reporters work in concert to produce the most accurate transcript possible in the shortest amount of time. Our reporters are known across Utah for their incredible reporting speeds.
When an attorney schedules a court reporter, they don’t have to waist time trying to decipher what was said, when it was said, and how it was said. Our pristine transcripts lay out the court proceedings in an easily digestible fashion, allowing attorneys to move on with their work.
The main take-away is a resounding “yes!” Court Reporters can be the difference between a successful and unsuccessful case. Find that court reporter today at Tempest Reporting.
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