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Court reporters may be employed by court agencies to provide

 transcription in court, or they may work as freelancers. In the freelance capacity, they may either work for themselves or work for court reporting agencies as an independent contractor.

In a courtroom environment, they may make suggestions regarding proper procedure, do research for items in the official record, and assist in other ways. Importantly, realtime reporting has proven beneficial for the judiciary, and many judges insist that their reporter be realtime capable.

Many court reporters work outside the courtroom in depositions and other situations that require an official legal transcript, such as arbitration hearings or other formal proceedings. Court reporters also often provide realtime transcription for public events, religious services, webcasts, and educational services.







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Cal North Reporting Svc
3510 Unocal Pl # 111, Santa Rosa, CA 707 579-4500

Denise Veirs
141 Stony Cir # 240, Santa Rosa, CA 707 575-1819

Jim Matthews Court Reporting
262 Murphy Ave, Sebastopol, CA 707 823-3170

Nagel Reporting Svc
411 Russell Ave, Santa Rosa, CA 707 575-3534

Preferred Reporters
201 E Watmaugh Rd, Sonoma, CA 707 938-9227

Redwood Reporting
3554 Round Barn Blvd, Santa Rosa, CA 707 526-2708

Stephanie A Fox
131 Stony Cir # 500, Santa Rosa, CA 707 573-9766

Verbatim Reporting Svc 
141 Stony Cir # 240, Santa Rosa, CA 707 575-1819

Former court reporters and graduates of court reporting schools are employed by television producers and stations in order to provide realtime closed captioning of live programs for the hearing-impaired.

There are differing accounts of the earnings for court reporters. The United States Bureau of Labor Statistics had earnings of between $30,680 and $60,760 for the middle 50% of court reporters.

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