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Court Transcript

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Following is a set of responses from Rebecca Forman, who has been working as a court reporter in the Manhattan federal courthouse since February 2003.

Question:
How much did you earn your first year out of school?
I have almost completed my first year of court reporting school in Philadelphia, and am curious to know.
— Posted by Kimberly

Answer:
My first year, in 2000, I made $45,000.

Question:
Why do court reporters charge so much per page? The court reporting fee for an all-day deposition can be well over $1,000. Then, for additional copies, a court reporter will charge the same or similar amount to the other parties in the case. These are outrageous sums.
— Posted by anon

Answer:
Because I work in court, the page rates that I charge are set by the Administrative Office of the U.S. Courts. What you are referring to, Anonymous, is the page rate for freelance court reporters. Freelance court reporters work for agencies and only receive a percentage of the amount of money the parties pay for the transcript. A court reporter does not get paid until the final transcript is completed. For an all-day deposition, which can be 8 or 9 or 10 hours, transcription can take days. So the money that is paid for the transcript is not just for the one day of the deposition. It is to compensate the reporter for the transcription time.

Court reporters are highly skilled workers. Just as a highly skilled attorney or expert charges for their time at an all-day deposition, so too does the court reporter.

Question:
If you’re not 100 percent sure you understand something said in court by a lawyer, witness, defendant or judge, do you always ask the person to repeat it, or do you sometimes just make your best guess? Thanks!
— Posted by Michael Lengyel

Answer:
Hi, Michael. This is a great question because it’s something that happens a lot. A lawyer will be speaking and suddenly drop his voice for one word, or a juror coughs while a witness is giving an answer, or someone says a phrase in Latin that I’ve never heard of before. It takes experience to know what to do in each instance. There are three options that come to mind: Take an educated guess, interrupt and ask the speaker to repeat what was said, or ask the speaker after the proceeding to tell you what they said.

If I cannot hear what the person is saying at all, I will generally interrupt and ask the speaker to repeat it. If it’s a phrase that I’ve never heard before, I write it on the machine phonetically and Google it at my desk or ask my colleagues. The judges’ law clerks are also a great source of information. If it’s a word or phrase that I wrote down phonetically at the time it’s said but it doesn’t make sense to me, I will print that page of the transcript during a break and show it to the speaker and ask for clarification. People always make the time to help clarify a word or phrase, because they know I’m working hard to give them a transcript that is accurate.

Question:
How would you compare the stressors of working in a restaurant kitchen to working in a courtroom?
— Posted by Elizabeth

Answer:
Working in a courtroom and working in a kitchen have some similarities, actually. Both jobs are extremely time sensitive. Both jobs require special training and skill using my hands. Both the baker and the court reporter are sort of invisible, but people appreciate the end product. I found working in a professional kitchen to be unbearably stressful, so even on the busiest, hardest day in court, I prefer being a court reporter to being a baker. One difference is, professional kitchens are sweltering and the courtrooms tend to be freezing. Also, baking is creative and court reporting definitely is not.

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Court Transcriptionist

A court transcriptionist is one of the jobs that is most likely to continue, even in an economic downturn. Every court case and legal hearing needs to have a record made of what was said and done during the meeting and it’s the job of the reporter to keep track of everything. The records need to stand up in court proceedings and it’s necessary to have them be very accurate and carefully transcribed.

Once you have the educational credentials required, you will need to work. There are a number of areas where a court reporter is needed and not just during trials. There are a lot of legal meetings and hearings that are also required to be recorded for legal reasons, which necessitate hiring a reporter who is skilled at the job.

Since there are constant trials, meetings and other types of events that require the services of a reporter, there is usually quite a bit of work available and according to the Labor Board, the number of jobs will continue to grow at a fairly steady rate.

In order to land this type of job, you do need to be educated in specific areas. It’s important to find out the requirements before you apply for a job, as the standards vary from state to state.

The majority of court reporters use stenographs, shorthand machines that allow the operator to type very quickly by pressing multiple keys at the same time. These devices are not intuitive, however, so training is required. stenography training usually takes 3 years to complete. However, there are newer technologies that include a recording mask where the reporter speaks into a special mask that contains mics and describes or repeats everything that is going on in the room. This is later transcribed, either by a human or by a computer. Either way, training is still required.

In some states, it is required to become a certified court reporter or a notary public. Each of these also requires some studying, but the requisites vary from place to place. In some areas, you can do the studying at home and then take the test at school, it is worth checking into your options before committing to one option.

Depending on your state’s requirements, you may spend anywhere from 2-4 years studying and getting certified before being able to work in this field. Be sure to find out exactly what the requirements are, as you may be able to drastically reduce that time simply by crossing the state line.

Becoming a court reporter is not something you can do on a whim. It requires knowledge of the equipment you will be using, the ability to listen and transcribe in real time and a dedication to accuracy and time efficiency. While this may not be the career for some people, it can be an excellent one for those interested in criminal justice and law.


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