Stenographic Reporters

The Importance of Hiring A Qualified Stenographic Court Reporter:


  • Stenographers undergo specialized training and complete courses in court and deposition procedures, English, legal, and medical terminology.
  • Stenographers make a live record of the proceeding from start to finish.
  • Stenographers achieve advanced certifications (CCR, RPR, RMR, CRR, RDR) and complete continuing education to keep current with the latest technology and industry standards.
  • Stenographers can offer speech-to-text realtime translation, the most advanced technology to provide readable text immediately.
  • Stenographers can provide instantaneous readbacks, rough drafts and expedited transcripts.
  • Notice of Deposition should indicate testimony will be taken by a stenographic court reporter.

The Dangers in Hiring a Digital/Electronic Reporter: 

  • The integrity and accuracy of the transcript completely depends on the audio quality.
  • Lower standards for certification of digital reporters (few to none are certified in Kentucky).
  • Audio files are outsourced for transcription to someone who was not present at the proceedings, allowing audio files to be shared via the internet, jeopardizing sensitive information.

Call on Migliore & Associates for your next deposition or trial.  We will always send a qualified and experienced stenographic reporter.


Lisa Migliore Black, Migliore & Associates, Louisville Court Reporting and Video Services.  Free conference rooms in the heart of downtown Louisville, KY  40202.  All rights reserved.

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