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From the President

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billabel2Is there a long-term future for court reporters in Georgia?   I have been asked that many times since the Judicial Council voted on various measures in September.   To that I must answer as honestly as possible, though many do not want to hear it or may disagree.  Right or wrong, this is just my opinion after watching and looking at trends not only in Georgia but nationwide.   The answer is a loud yes and a loud no.

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Is there a long-term future for court reporters in Georgia?   I have been asked that many times since the Judicial Council voted on various measures in September.   To that I must answer as honestly as possible, though many do not want to hear it or may disagree.  Right or wrong, this is just my […]

Spring Tech Seminar 2015

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seminarWe are teaming up to offer you the opportunity to begin the journey and/or strengthen and sharpen your REALTIME skills with a full day, hands-on learning experience. We will have Mark Kislingbury, Ed Varallo and Heidi Thomas speaking and instructing court reporters how to write faster and cleaner. This seminar is focusing on skill and skill alone. Go to the next level as you bring your equipment and learn what it takes to improve your skill and accuracy.

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We are teaming up to offer you the opportunity to begin the journey and/or strengthen and sharpen your REALTIME skills with a full day, hands-on learning experience. We will have Mark Kislingbury, Ed Varallo and Heidi Thomas speaking and instructing court reporters how to write faster and cleaner. This seminar is focusing on skill and […]

GSRA NEWS DECEMBER 2014

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To Georgia Judges, Court Officials and Professionals:

The Judicial Council of Georgia adopted the attached Policies and Fees for Court Reporting Services in Criminal Cases on September 25, 2014 after studying the court record process for more than two years. The provisions have been revised since the earlier distribution for public comment in June.

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To Georgia Judges, Court Officials and Professionals: The Judicial Council of Georgia adopted the attached Policies and Fees for Court Reporting Services in Criminal Cases on September 25, 2014 after studying the court record process for more than two years. The provisions have been revised since the earlier distribution for public comment in June.