Textnet Digital Court Reporting
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Does digital court reporting comply with statutes?

Yes, use a video notice. Federal: Rules of Civil Procedure 30(b)(3)(A) Depositions by Oral Examination, Wisconsin: Statute 885.42(1) When available, Illinois: Statute 206(a)(2) Method of Taking Depositions on Oral Examination.

How do I download my video, transcript and exhibits?

VIDEO: In the upper right hand corner of our website, log in with your username and password. Under the 'proceedings' tab, search by case, witness or date; OR click the 'show all' bubble. Click on the case, scroll to the witness. Click 'save WMV video' to begin download. The 'play WMV video' option streams the video through the internet connection, but disables the slider bar within the file.

TRANSCRIPT: Click the link to the PDF or ASCII file. On the digital signature page, click the link. Choose open or save to computer.

EXHIBITS: Click 'Exhibits & Other Docs', then save document. Open the PDF file.

Can digital court reporters perform read backs?

Yes, most definitely. Digital reporters easily locate the desired location within the audio file, instead of interpreting stenographic shorthand.

Who may conduct a digital deposition?

All depositions must be conducted before officers authorized to administer oaths. All reporters are notary publics. Federal: Rule 28(a)(1)(A), Wisconsin:887.01(1), Illinois: 205(a). Reporters mark exhibits under the following provisions. Federal: 30(f)(2(A), Wisconsin: general deposition statute 804(7)(b)(1), Illinois: 206(h)(2

What security measures are for the online repository?

We utilize the most secure servers available in the industry. You may contact our web host with questions, www.courtpages.com.

How do I provide The Court with a 'sealed transcript'?

The judge and staff are provided a user name and password login information to access the transcripts directly and securely from our website.