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Court stenographers in demand and in the news in Ohio, Washington, New York

Court stenographers are critical members of the judicial process. That’s why they’re in the news and in demand.

Court stenographers in demand

Huseby hires only the very best stenographers. All are screened before hiring to ensure their work meets the company’s high standards. When a reporter wishes to work for Huseby, an account executive follows a stringent reporter review process.

Huseby’s court reporting services include:

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Court stenographers in the news
An Ohio state senator has asked the state supreme court to make changes in judicial proceedings. The changes include eliminating the grand jury process in the state. If that’s not feasible, as a secondary reqest she asked that the court stenographer to be appointed by the presiding judge and not the prosecutor’s office. (The Highland County Press) | A Yakima, Washington county clerk has been accused of harming the judicial system there through her role in an agreement that allows some of her employees to work as court stenographers. (Yakima Herald) | An Al Qaeda terrorist was convicted a second time in Brooklyn Federal Court two days after it was discovered that no stenographer was present when his original verdict was taken. (New York Daily News


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NCAA Tournament madness: Wisconsin player badgers stenographer

It doesn’t happen often, but once in a while the spotlight shines on the stenographer. The bigger the venue, the bigger the spotlight.

And right now, nothing’s much bigger than the NCAA Tournament. So, when a player made reference to the stenographer who was documenting a news conference, suddenly the stenographer wasn’t just recording the news, she WAS the news.

After his team’s win against the Oregon Ducks, Wisconsin Badger Nigel Hayes began his turn at the mike with a few words: specifically, cattywampus, onomatopoeia and Antidisestablishmentarianism.

When asked why, he said he was trying to make the stenographer’s job really interesting.

After the news conference, three Wisconsin players gathered around the stenographer and got her to explain how her machine worked. They pecked on a few keys themselves while the media took pictures and video.

Read more.

The Sweet 16
Now that the teams have been narrowed down to 16, college basketball fans across the country are ready to watch their favorite teams determine the winner of the 2015 NCAA Men’s Basketball Championship tournament.

Many fans will be perched in front of their televisions, jumping from city to city via CBS, truTV, TBS and TNT.

Other lucky fans will be going in person to cities across the country. Tickets are available through the NCAA’s website here.

Here are the regional and Final Four sites and dates:

  • Regional Semifinals and Finals (Sweet Sixteen and Elite Eight)
    • March 26 and 28
  • Midwest Regional, Quicken Loans Arena, Cleveland, Ohio (Host: Mid-American Conference and Cleveland State University)
  • West Regional, Staples Center, Los Angeles, California (Host: Pepperdine University)
    • March 27 and 29
  • East Regional, Carrier Dome, Syracuse, New York (Host: Syracuse University)
  • South Regional, NRG Stadium, Houston, Texas (Hosts: Rice University, and University of Houston)
  • National Semifinals and Championship (Final Four and Championship)
    • April 4 and 6
  • Lucas Oil Stadium, Indianapolis, Indiana (Hosts: Butler University, IUPUI and the Horizon League)

Here are our offices in or near NCAA regional sites:

If you find yourself in some of those cities with the need to balance March Madness and work, we have offices in or near most of the regional host cities and the site of the Final Four.

West regional center
South Flower Street,
Los Angeles, CA 90071

(213) 234-5540

Northeast regional center
1501 Broadway,
New York, NY 10036

(646) 292-4050

Southwest regional center
2425 West Loop South
Freeway #200,
Houston, TX
(713) 650-3500

Need litigation support in a different city? Call a Huseby scheduler and ask. We have more than 4,000 conference room suites worldwide ready for you to use today.

Click Here to schedule with Huseby or call (800) 333-2082 to speak directly with a scheduler.

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House stenographer on leave as part of fallout from rant after government shutdown vote

In not-so-good news concerning stenographers, a U.S. House of Representatives reporter was reportedly hospitalized after taking the rostrum after the vote to end the partial government shutdown.

“He will not be mocked,” the woman said, according to an audio recording of the incident posted online by Public Radio International reporter Todd Zwillich. “This is not one nation under God. It never was.”

Read more and see the video.

Husband’s perspective In followup stories, The Daily Beast interviewed the reporter’s husband who said she had been getting up in the middle of the night in the weeks leading up to the episode. She told him the Holy Spirit was waking her, he said.

Read more.

Post-incident interview In a brief interview with Reuters after returning home, she told the news service she “couldn’t be better.”

Read more.

She’s now on administrative leave, according to Huffington Post.

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