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court reporter


  1. a stenographer employed to record and transcribe an official verbatim record of the legal proceedings of a court.

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Word History and Origins

Origin of court reporter1

An Americanism dating back to 1890–95

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Example Sentences

The average cost of the arbitrator and court reporter fees for the arbitration proceedings ranges from $10,000 to $30,000 – and the CSU system pays all of the required costs.

The faculty union and CSU typically split the cost of the court reporter, including any transcripts that are prepared, because that’s not part of the mandatory costs, Molle, the CSU spokeswoman, said.

My mom had been a court reporter, so her notes were more like transcripts.

He attended City College of New York but dropped out to train as a court reporter.

“He worked hard and I thought he deserved a chance to be heard,” said Diana Modugno, a retired federal-court reporter.

The court reporter found it easy to take down his unhurried statements.

And did you and I have a brief conversation here in this room today before the court reporter came in?

Did you and I talk about the same things we have been talking about since the court reporter came in?

Did I sit down and talk with you for a few minutes before the court reporter came in to take this all down here today?

Did I ask you the same questions which we have discussed here during the course of my questioning before the court reporter?





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