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Court Reporter's and CART Services Handbook A Guide for All Realtime Reporters, Captioners, and Cart Providers

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ISBN-10: 0130976342

ISBN-13: 9780130976345

Edition: 4th 2003 (Revised)

Authors: Robert W. McCormick, Mary H. Knapp

List price: $106.00
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For undergraduate courses in Court Reporting Procedures as well as Law School courses including interaction with Court Reporters. Assuming no prior experience by the student, this practical, real-world guide uses easy-to-understand language to introduce both the basic and advanced concepts of court reporting across a wide range of court and legal procedures. The book is packed with general forms, sample written knowledge tests, and review questions designed to give students an excellent source of information concerning how the court reporter functions in the real world, as well as actual issues they face.
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Book details

List price: $106.00
Edition: 4th
Copyright year: 2003
Publisher: Prentice Hall PTR
Publication date: 7/19/2002
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 292
Size: 8.00" wide x 10.50" long x 0.50" tall
Weight: 1.342
Language: English

General Information for Anyone Interested in Court and Realtime Reporting
Considering Reporting as a Career
A Self-test to Determine Your Interest in Reporting
The Reporting Profession Defined
Official Court Reporting
The Working Environment of the Official Court Reporter
Terminology of the Official Court Reporter
A Typical Criminal Jury Trial
A Typical Civil Jury Trial
Things to Consider Before a Trial Begins: Calendar, Worksheet, Stipulations
How to Administer Oath, Witness Setup, Speaker and Examination Identification
How to Report Parentheticals
How to Report Motions
How to Report Objections
How to Mark Exhibits
How to Read Back and Testify
How to Produce the Transcript
How to Invoice and Deliver the Transcript
How a Trial Transcript Looks
Freelance Reporting
The Working Environment of the Freelance Reporter
Terminology of the Freelance Reporter
Reporting a Typical Deposition: General Information
Deposition Reporting: Things to Consider
The Deposition Transcript: Transcribing, Invoicing, and Delivery
How the Deposition Transcript Looks
Captioning Reporting and Cart
The Working Environment of the Captioner
Terminology and Legislation
A Day in the Life of a Captioning Reporter
How a Captioned Job Looks
Helpful Information for the Reporting Profession
Ethics of the Reporting Profession
Professionalism, Associations, Testing, and Continuing Education
Research for the Record, Internet Research, and Citations of Authority
Finding Employment
The Office Environment
The Court System in America
The Technology of the Reporter
Hardware and Software Considerations, CAT, and Litigation Support
The Technology of Transcript Production
Tomorrow's Technology: Computer Integrated Courtrooms and Beyond