At Huseby, one of the types of assignments we cover is called an examination under oath. Usually not part of an official court case, this is a question and answer session between a lawyer and an individual.
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Court reporters are not the only people who have problems with carpal tunnel syndrome and tendonitis.
Here are some daily practices that a court stenographer can use to help prevent carpal tunnel syndrome from occurring.
People involved in legal disputes usually do not trust each other. One side feels the other has done something wrong.
Learning to be a court reporter takes time, skill and practice. All of Huseby’s court reporters are experienced, qualified professionals.
Finding a competent expert is key to presenting a strong legal case. Experts are used to give opinions that support important points linked to the cause or effects of what happened.
The California Court Reporters Association (CCRA) is hosting its centennial convention October 15 -17, 2010 at the Sheraton Grand Sacramento Hotel. Huseby, Inc. has a number of office locations in California. Many of our California court reporters will be attending the convention.
One of the most horrifying experiences a court reporter can experience is the inability to complete a transcript on time.
Brand new court reporters may wonder how our court stenographers have become so proficient at transcribing technical deposition and expert witness testimony.
We recently came across an article that claimed California court reporters have potential earnings of over $100,000 per year. Can Huseby reporters make that much?