Stuart Auslander, director of the New York School of Court Reporting in White Plains, was showcased in an article posted on the lohud website, a Gannet-owned news outlet, along with the school and the growing career opportunities in the court reporting profession. Auslander, who founded the school in 1991, has 35 years of experience as a court reporter, mostly in the State Supreme Court in Westchester, N.Y.
The story also notes that Auslander’s most famous case was reporting the so-called “Fatal Attraction” murder trial of Carolyn Warmus in the early 1990s. Warmus, a former Edgemont schoolteacher, was convicted of killing Betty Jeanne Solomon, the wife of her lover Paul Solomon. The trial took more than five months and generated 18,000 pages of transcripts.