What does your week look like?

We recently checked in with our social media followers to see what they had planned this week since COVID-19 is changing everyone’s schedule. Here are some of their answers:

I’m still going to the courthouse every day. There isn’t much on the schedule and I may get sent home, but I am reporting in as scheduled.

Beverly Bleigh, RPR

Official

Davenport, Iowa


I lucked out … none of my CART classes cancelled so far — three classes went to Zoom, the other classes I’m providing transcripts of recorded lectures. CARTing a few remote meetings as well.

Ashly Jo Jenkins, CRC

Captioner

Belmond, Iowa


Sonya Kennedy’s mask making efforts

Still going to the courthouse with a very light schedule. It’s a good time to finish transcripts. I’m thinking of bringing my sewing machine and making some pocket masks over the lunch hour in the jury room

Sonya M. Kennedy, RPR

Official

Omaha, Neb.


I’ve got some jobs on the calendar this week, but who knows if they’ll actually go. I’ve got transcripts to get out, but we’re staying home and hopefully staying healthy. My kids start back to school after their spring break tomorrow, so we’ll be getting into the groove of home schooling.

Emily O’Brien

Freelancer

Tampa, Fla.


Only two days scheduled for youth court this week. We are only hearing matters that “must” be heard, i.e., detention and shelter hearings. Our administration is setting up stations at the door to screen everyone coming into the building for temperature and questions regarding where you have been, etc. We are spacing matters further apart than usual and asking the youth court parties to sign in but return to their cars, and they will be called in when we are ready for them. We will also have counselors and case workers appear remotely either by video conferencing or telephonically so as to limit the amount of people in the room at one time.

Jackie Freese

Official

Meridian, Miss.


Working remotely, but two of my universities have spring break so it’s a light schedule.

Laura Melby, RPR, CRR, CRC

CART captioner

Rootstown, Ohio


Ten transcripts to edit lol. Not like attorneys are banging down my door for them right now.

Gina DiLuzio, RPR

Freelancer

Las Vegas, Nev.


I’ll be remote reporting court hearings starting Tuesday. Practice sessions went well. I think we’ve got this.

Yvette Heinze, RPR

Official

Helena, Mont.


Court is canceled until at least May. No discoveries yet.

Diana Halvorsen, RPR

Freelancer

Edmonton, Alberta, Canada


Working daily. Taking down telephonic hearings and tending to emergency court matters.

Tatelyn Noda, RPR

Official

Jackson, Ala.


One remote on Wednesday so far … shelter in place.

Lucy Carrillo-Grubbs, RMR, CRR

Freelancer

San Francisco, Calif.


Hoping to take depositions remotely.

Kathleen McGovern McHugh, RPR, CRR

Freelancer

Audubon, N.J.


No pages.

Kelley Marie Nadotti, RPR

Freelancer

Eatonton, Ga.


I’m still working in a courtroom.

Karen Kahle, RPR

Official

Vail, Ariz.