Electronic Court Reporting
Electronic court reporting is different from both stenographic and voice writing methods in that it records court proceedings with digital recording technology. Often court dialog and interchanges are recorded using a multi track system in which each participant’s voice is individually recorded. The reporter using this method simultaneously oversees the recording process and takes digital notes that are automatically linked with portions of the audio.
After the recording is made, either the reporter or another specially trained individual (called a digital transcriber) converts the audio into a clear and readable printed transcript. The transcriber refers to the notes the reporter has made during the testimony or other court interactions in preparing the final document.
The American Association of Electronic Reporters and Transcribers (AAERT) is the national association that handles the entire electronic court reporting industry. Digital or electronic court reporting is one of the main branches of the field. It sometimes has preferred status in government work and the AAERT even notes on its website that it is the method used exclusively by the Unites States and United Kingdom Supreme Courts. This organization offers a number of advantages and opportunities to its members. If you’re an electronic court reporter or are considering getting into the field, the AAERT is definitely an organization that you should be familiar with.
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The court reporters at ACE Reporting US are among the best and most experienced in the industry. Our reporters have been trained and possess the skills to report proceedings at all levels of court including U.S. federal court, district court, and juvenile court. Our reporters have also acquired numerous years of experience in administrative-level hearing venues, as well. The reporters at ACE Reporting US pride themselves on being experts in the specialized terminology and reporting procedures associated with these types of venues, and more.
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