court reporter


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court reporter

n.
A stenographer who makes a verbatim record and transcription of court proceedings.

court′ report′er


n.
a stenographer employed to record the proceedings of a court.
[1890–95, Amer.]
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He studied book- keeping and type-writing, and he paid for lessons in shorthand by dictating at night to a court reporter who needed practice.
What's more, each court reporter uses different conventions to represent homonyms or other ambiguous words.
One court reporter Amy McKee said: "I saw one person on the street that they were performing CPR on.
The court is actually supposed to make a court reporter available each day at noon under a stipulation signed by the administrative law judge, at the behest of a lawsuit taken up by the RSA, although that practice is not always followed.
Staying true to these principles has helped Atkinson-Baker transform from a family-owned, two-person team to a thriving business of more than 170 employees and 1,000-plus court reporters today.
Lisa Foster, who was the judge's court reporter for 15years,estimates she saw his exposed penis 15 or 20 times.
Court reporters are typically all but invisible in the courtroom, unobtrusively documenting every word of a trial.
And some doctors hire court reporters to record examinations with patients, said Myles Megee, the KCRA treasurer and a certified court reporter in Kansas, Iowa and Missouri.
A SEX attacker had his sentence cut after his mother pleaded with top judges to shoCourt Reporter Court Reporter mercy - so she can teach him a proper lesson.
Hopefully, the JNCs will avail themselves to the ability to have a professional court reporter on a pro bono basis at every one of their judicial candidate sessions," said Greenhill, noting his firm--Pleasanton, Greenhill, Meek & Associates in West Palm Beach--has been keeping the record of the 15th Circuit JNC interviews since 2001.