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CourtScribes and the Future of Legal Proceedings

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In an era where digital transformation is reshaping industries, the legal field is no exception. CourtScribes is at the vanguard of this revolution, offering a suite of advanced court reporting services that redefine the legal proceedings’ landscape. From remote depositions to live-streaming and video-to-text synchronization, CourtScribes is not just responding to the changing demands of […]

Technology Drives Changes In The Court Reporting Industry

Things are changing in the court reporting industry, and CourtScribes offers services that will help clients keep up with the major changes driven by budget cuts, court reporter shortages and new technology. Although some proceedings in Florida still call for the presence of a traditional stenographer, the profession is being driven by technological change. Courts can […]

Another State Acknowledges Its Shortage Of Court Reporters

Court reporter shortages are reported across the country, and court reporting technology like the services provided by Court Scribes in Florida and other states may be a solution in some situations. South Dakota is one of the states that’s feeling the effects of the court reporter shortage, according to KELO of Keloland Media Group in […]

Indiana Supreme Court shifts in big way to electronic filing

High-tech solutions like the court reporting technology CourtScribes provides make the courtroom run more smoothly. And there are other important technological advances coming to courtrooms as well. One of them that increases efficiency and saves time and money is electronic filing.

New York Adds Watchdog Organization For Prosecutors


Accurate court reporting is an important part of the criminal justice system, and so is fairness in prosecution. New York state is working to reform its court system, and as part of that effort, Governor Andrew M. Cuomo has signed legislation establishing the nation’s first State Commission on Prosecutorial Conduct. The Commission will review and investigate prosecutorial conduct […]

Shortage Of Court Reporters Plays Out Across Country

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Courthouses across the country are lacking some key people as court reporters reach retirement age without replacements. That’s just what has happened in Macon County, Illinois, when a court reporter there retired, according to the local newspaper, the Herald & Review. The paper reports that the lack of court reporters is playing out across Illinois. […]

Artificial Intelligence Makes Inroads On Legal Profession


A recent experiment sheds light on the changes technology has in store for the legal profession. In this case, artificial intelligence bested lawyers in one aspect of legal work. According to Mashable: A new study, conducted by legal AI platform LawGeex in consultation with law professors from Stanford University, Duke University School of Law, and University of […]

Technology Alters Legal Profession Along With Court Reporting

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All aspects of the legal profession are being altered by technology, as are those of court reporting. Billionaire 365 points out that technology has changed the way lawyers bill their clients, how corporate legal departments operate, how legal filings are done, and has improved research. According to Billionaire 365 reports: Technology in the courtroom isn’t […]

Court Reporter Shortage Hits Home In South Carolina

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All around the country, there’s a court reporter shortage. In South Carolina, that shortage has become particularly acute. The Charleston Post and Courier reports that more than a quarter of that state’s court reporter positions are vacant. Those vacancies are resulting in delays and last-minute cancellations of proceedings across the state, the newspaper reports. According […]