Is a Court Reporter Necessary?
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Do I Need a Court Reporter?
The answer is plain and simple: yes. You need a court reporter.
You’re in a courtroom. The opposing counsel and a witness are going back and forth rapid fire. You know what was said, at least, you know some fraction of it, but you can’t exactly place what they said that was so significant. You wrack your brain, but just can’t find the right words. Gaps in memory happens, but it doesn’t make things any less frustrating. This eats up precious time you could have spent tending to your client’s case.
Court reporters are the solution. At Cady Reporting, our staff is trained to be the most timely, efficient, and accurate court reporting professional in the industry. In no time, they can place a transcript in your hands (or mailbox) that perfectly outlines what was said, who said it, when it was said, and why it was said. Never again do you have to try to remember every single case detail. With Cady Reporting’s Cleveland court reporters, your job is that much easier.
Save yourself time and struggle. Schedule a court reporting service with the best in Cleveland, today.
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