(Miami, Florida) June 22, 2021
Laws Reporting is pleased to announce their latest resource on how court reporters use their shorthand machine (or the stenograph), the machine that is essential to producing an accurate transcript. While the shorthand machine looks like a small laptop, it certainly doesn’t operate like one. On this page, readers can learn about how shorthand machines are laid out and how court reporters use these machines to record what was said during a legal proceeding.
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