Court Reporting Services

These days a good court reporting agency should have the very best to offer when it comes to court reporting services. Along with reporting any legal proceeding, a court reporter also can swear in litigants of the case, take depositions or other legal proceedings, and can provide closed-captioning for television or during court proceedings to the hearing impaired or deaf members in the room.As an agency -- when choosing a reporter -- we make sure that they are licensed and have all of the acceptable educational credentials to perform the task accurately.   The California Court Reporters Board offers a helpful license verification feature on its website. Additionally, we ask to see references and any supplementary information before making the ultimate hiring decision. 
Thursday, January 10, 2008

Todd Olivas

Todd Olivas is a court reporter and entrepreneur.
He founded TO&A in 2003.

  Comment by Lyn Rubenstein | Tuesday, January 20, 2009
As a court reporter and owner of a reporting firm for the past 43 years, I agree completely with the above article. I believe we also should offer full litigation support, such as high-speed scanning, videoconferencing, et cetera.

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