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Reporter takes memories of 27 years into retirement Written by Darrell Clem Observer Staff Writer She watched the old 35th District Court burn, kept meticulous records of heart-wrenching crimes, taught fledgling colleagues the ropes and spent most of her career working for a judge who seemed like a father after she lost her own. Memories…

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Texas Court Reporters Association – Annual Convention

06/20/2012 08:00 AM – 06/24/2012 12:00 PM Location: Omni Hotel 1300 Houston Street Fort Worth, TX 76102 Contact: Beth Faulk (903) 675-1806 texascra@embarqmail.com Event URL: http://www.omnihotels.com/findahotel/fortworth.aspx Event Information: Wednesday – CSR Exam Thursday – Speed Contest & Board Meeting Friday – Realtime Contest, TCRR Exam, Exhibit Hall Open, Educational Sessions & Annual Business Meeting Saturday –…

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Major grant to court reporting studies in CA

Due to a high demand for court reporters, the Cerritos College Court Reporting Department was given a $95,000 grant to motivate students to become court reporters. Approximately 200 of the 20,000 students that attend Cerritos are majoring in court reporting. Court Reporting professor Vykii Morgan is aware of the shortage of students in this department…

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Illinois Trials Are Ready for Their Close-Ups

By JOE HARRIS SPRINGFIELD, Ill. (CN) – Reporters can use cameras in Illinois courtrooms on a circuit-by-circuit basis under a new program starting immediately, the state Supreme Court announced Tuesday. The experimental program allows the chief judge of each circuit to apply to the Illinois Supreme Court for permission to allow cameras in their courtrooms….

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A Quiet Crisis in Our Courts

by Bill Robinson, American Bar Association We all experience delays that slow down and frustrate our daily lives, from traffic jams on a city street to long lines at a grocery store.  But some delays are more than an inconvenience — these delays threaten the very core of our constitutional democracy. For several years, the…

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Supreme Court: With less support staff, courts need more judges

by David Royse, The News Service of Florida Florida needs 71 new judges, 23 in circuit court and 48 on the county court bench, and should add a judge to the 2nd District Court of Appeal, the Florida Supreme Court said Thursday. The primary reasons are an expected increase in foreclosure filings and already-backlogged courts,…

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ESPN and Closed Captioning

November 4, 2011 If it wasn’t for court reporters, ESPN would not be able to fully function.  The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) requires every domestic network on ESPN to be 100 percent closed-captioned.  ESPN has six domestic networks and also Video on Demand (VOD), Pay-Per-View, Goal Line and Buzzer Beater, espn.com, espn3.com, and two international…

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