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Better call Jennifer: Albuquerque court reporter brings realism to 'Better Call Saul'

Jennifer Bean in a scene from "Better Call Saul." (Ursula Coyote/AMC TV)

Jennifer Bean, an veteran Albuquerque, New Mexico court reporter, helped open the recent premiere of AMC-TV’s “Better Call Saul,” portraying -- what else -- a court reporter.

Bean owns the New Mexico court reporting firm Bean and Associates. She is a good partner of Huseby’s and has been a New Mexico certified court reporter since 1977.

She talked to the Albuquerque Journal about her experience working on the AMC show.

“I wanted to do the role so people could see that a court reporter is ethical and professional. The message is court reporters are not dinosaurs. We are invaluable to the legal system. Any lawyer worth his salt will tell you that.”

“Better Call Saul” is a prequel to the popular and award-winning “Breaking Bad,” which was also set in Albuquerque.

And while she took her role seriously, she also had her share of fun on the set. Read the in-depth story here. In it she talks about meeting the people behind the show, as well as why there’s a Big Gulp cup sitting next to her in the scene.

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Las Cruces, NM 88001
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Demand for New Mexico court interpreters taxes state budget

The county courthouse in Las Cruces, New Mexico. Photo via Flickr Creative Commons. The county courthouse in Las Cruces, New Mexico. Photo via Flickr Creative Commons.

Courts in New Mexico recently ran out of money to pay interpreters, The New York Times reports.

This is a bigger problem in New Mexico than most states because one in three residents speaks a language other than English here. And the problem doesn’t just involve interpreters -- the same fund that pays them also pays jurors and expert witnesses.

At the brink of paying interpreters with IOUs, the fund was given a temporary infusion of money, but the problem persists because demand for interpreters continues to grow faster than the budget.

This trend is most acute in New Mexico, the Times reports, but the same thing is also happening in Ohio, Kansas and Illinois -- all states with growing non-native English speakers. Could your state be next?

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Huseby hires veteran court reporter to expand Texas, New Mexico operations

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Veteran court reporter Breck Record has joined the Huseby Inc. Global Litigation Services staff as part of the court reporting firm’s move to expand its presence in El Paso, Texas and Las Cruces, New Mexico.

Record, most recently an official state district reporter in the 41st Judicial District Court in El Paso, has a long history of experience as a court reporter and captioner in the Southwest. Since learning court reporting at Amarillo College and San Antonio College, he has worked as a freelance reporter and as an official federal courts reporter in Brownsville, Texas.

“He's extremely technology savvy and he brings a lot of clout to our Texas operations,” said Scott Huseby, president and CEO of Charlotte, North Carolina-based Huseby Inc.

Record said he is joining Huseby “because I feel it gives me one of the best opportunities to do what I enjoy and to also help to continue to build up their business, both here and around the country. I’m always striving to better myself in this profession and I feel that working with Huseby will offer me those opportunities.”

Record is a certified court reporter in Texas and in New Mexico. He is a Texas Certified Realtime Reporter and a Texas Merit Reporter.

He also has several national certifications from the National Court Reporters Association, including Registered Merit Reporter, Certified Realtime Reporter and Certified Reporting Instructor.

Huseby’s El Paso office is located at 100 North Stanton Street #110, El Paso, Texas, 79901.

Huseby’s office in Las Cruces are located at 500 South Main, Suite 630, Las Cruces, New Mexico, 88001.

In addition to El Paso and Las Cruces, Huseby serves the legal industry’s trial support needs in Dallas, Houston, San Antonio and Austin, as well as many other locations nationwide. In addition to court reporting, Huseby’s litigation services include Web conferencing, video conferencing, video depositions and more.

For more information about Huseby visit http://www.huseby.com or call (800) 333-2082.

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