I am a very proud court reporter.  I’ve been so for almost 31 years.  Not only am I a court reporter, but I am also the president of the Supreme Court Reporters Association Within The City of New York.  I will tell you that right up front, as opposed to the shrouded authors of so many digital recording articles who are naysayers and grey-sky portrait painters as regards the field of court reporting.

When I read about artificial intelligence being used out there, digital recordings of proceedings, it is just so fulfilling when I then read about how the attorneys hate it, cannot rely on it, are telling their agencies “Do not send a recorder!  Send a real, live, breathing, skilled court reporter!”   It makes me smile because we have known it all along and the bench and bar have known it all along:  Court reporters are the gold standard of creating a record.

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