Court reporting is a core activity of LEX Reporting Services.
We use high quality reporting equipment because we know quality needs to be assured from beginning to end if we are to ensure constant accuracy.
Audio, video or in-person transcript, all parts of speech, every comma, every period, are equally carefully recorded because we understand the importance of error free transcripts.
Sources geographically split? No problem
Court reporting doesn't always conveniently involve parties in the same geographic area.
We are adept at utilizing Skype and other technologies to shrink geographic problems and often work with parties in remote locations, read more about our video work.
Language is no barrier
We are experienced and comfortable working with your chosen interpreters when one or more of the parties does not speak English.
If you don't have an interpreter we can help supply one.
What we do
- Court Reporting
- Discoveries and Hearings
- Video work
- Examination for discovery
- Business meeting transcription services
- Transcript service
The Court Reporter
A court reporter or court stenographer, also called stenotype operator, shorthand reporter or law reporter, is a person whose occupation is to transcribe spoken or recorded speech into written form, using shorthand, machine shorthand or voice writing equipment to produce official transcripts of court hearings, depositions and other official proceedings. Court reporting companies primarily serve private law firms, local, state and federal government agencies, courts, trade associations, meeting planners and nonprofits.