Justices Ponder Public Access to Court Reporters' Recordings

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Questions were popping Monday at the Georgia Supreme Court where a husband-and-wife law firm were trying to convince the justices that a trial judge had no authority to bar them from making a copy of a court reporter's audio recordings of courtroom proceedings.

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  • Steve Hubbard

    No doubt the quality of the court reporter‘s backup audio is poor, but when the courts in Georgia go completely digital, then any lawyer, any non-lawyer citizen alike, they could pay a $25 fee for a digital copy of the day‘s proceedings, and then contract with AMVSR LLC using ASR Transcriptor, that automates the transcription as seen in these examples for just 25 cents per recorded minute, where both the transcript and the flat fee is shared amongst the parties. FCC Hearing on 5G Technology google.com/open?id=0B-PifpjMZnm0cDhaemQ4ZzNTSEk This hearing was webcast live and the streaming audio captured by ASR Transcriptor. USDC San Francisco - Jewel vs, NSA google.com/open?id=0B-PifpjMZnm0OGYxaHpUbWowV2s This is a hearing in the United States District Court where a number of courts around the country are now using audio and video to record their court hearings. U.S House of Representatives - Finance Committee google.com/open?id=0B-PifpjMZnm0TzdkS21OZ3VkcTQ This is the format for a live realtime event, the live realtime transcript viewed and captured into smart devices at the conference and by anyone on the planet who has made prior arrangements.

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