Court reporter transcription fees increase 

The South Carolina Lawyers Weekly reported on Oct. 17, that attorneys in the state will have to pay more for official transcripts after the state’s Supreme Court approved an amendment to its Appellate Court Rules that bumped up court reporter transcription fees across the state. Notable among the transcription fee increases is a $1 price-per-page increase to produce an original transcript.

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Family court cases in South Carolina being delayed by lack of court reporters

JCR: Journal of Court Reporting,, JCR WeeklyThe Independent Mail (Anderson, S.C.) published an article on Jan. 14 about the lack of court reporters in South Carolina delaying family court cases in that state. The article quotes NCRA President Christine J. Willette, RDR, CRR, CRC. The story was also picked up by the Associated Press, the New Haven Register, and several broadcast outlets.

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NCRA member featured in article about downsizing home

jcr-publications_high-resNCRA member Mary Ann Ridenour, RPR, a freelance court reporter from Charleston, S.C., and her husband were featured in an article on Jan. 10 posted by the Lincoln Journal Star, Lincoln, Neb., about downsizing from a large home to a trailer home.

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Huseby Inc., expands to Rock Hill, S.C., through merger with Dallas Reporting

The Huseby family of court reporting and litigation services companies announced in a Nov. 18 press release that it has merged with Dallas Reporting of Rock Hill, S.C. According to the release, longtime Dallas Reporting owner Shirley Dallas-Gerrald expects to work even more closely with clients, bolstered by the technological support that the merger provides.

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