Credit: Dallas Observer
(Houston, Texas) February 16, 2021
Hanna & Hanna is pleased to announce their page of frequently asked questions about court reporting. Though court reporters are a staple of the legal world, many don’t understand exactly what court reporters do or the positives of booking a court reporter. On this page, readers can have some of the top questions about court reporting answered, including:
- How many words can court reporters write per minute?
- Will court reporters be replaced by recording devices?
- What is that funny-looking machine I see Certified Shorthand Reporters using on t.v. shows?
- Are court reporters certified?
For the past 30 years, the staff at Hanna & Hanna has gone above and beyond to provide their clients the resources they need to form the most successful case. Attorneys can rely on these Houston court reporters‘ speed, accuracy, and efficiency, but the firm is more than their skilled reporters. Hanna & Hanna is a full-service litigation support firm. Whether in need of a videographer, a realtime reporter, or a videoconferencing service, attorneys can rely on Hanna & Hanna.
For those still working from home, Hanna & Hanna’s remote depositions are the best way to continue the flow of law. Meet with entire legal teams and witnesses over a secure server with crystal-clear audio and visuals, all while protected by the firm’s support. In the event that something goes wrong, Hanna’s staff is there to make things right.
For more information on Hanna & Hanna, call (713) 840-8484, email email@example.com, or visit their offices.