At CompuScripts Court Reporters, we understand the time demands on the legal professional. There are witnesses to interview, documents to draft, and research to conduct. So when it’s time for you to schedule a court reporter, whether a realtime court reporter with text streaming or a traditional stenographer, we want you to be able to do so quickly. The easiest way to schedule a court reporter or legal videographer is to use our Online Scheduling. You will be asked to fill out some details about the deposition such as time, location, and requested turnaround. To bypass form fields with basic information about your deposition, you can simply attach the deposition notice. CompuScripts will confirm your request by email within one business day. But sometimes you may need to schedule a court reporter with less than a business day’s notice. Here’s what you need to know when you schedule a court reporter by phone.
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First, the basics. We will need your contact information, name, phone number, and email address, as well as the date and time of the deposition. We can schedule your court reporter, deposition videographer, video conference and/or teleconference. We’ll also need your firm name, plus the name of the noticing attorney.
Next, we’ll need the precise location of the deposition. Does your location have any particular concern, such as a security checkpoint, second floor location with no elevator, or remote parking? If so, let us know. CompuScripts’ professional team is dedicated to providing dependable, accurate and timely services in any location within the State of South Carolina. We have resident reporters in the Myrtle Beach, Florence, Greenville, Rock Hill, Charleston, Beaufort, Columbia, Lexington, and Chapin. CompuScripts also networks with similarly-situated firms worldwide to accommodate clients when their litigation requires travel out of state or around the globe.
We’ll also need the case caption, the witness name, and the date by which you need the transcript. CompuScripts has a regular turnaround goal of ten business days for deposition transcripts. Daily and expedited services are always available for an additional fee. You may also request a rough draft of your transcript when you schedule your court reporter. When requested, realtime reporters can stream realtime drafts to you there in the conference room or out to a remote site.
Finally, do you need a video of your deposition? Let CompuScripts schedule your videographer. Our NCRA or AGCV certified videographers can assist you with preserving your witness’s testimony on video.
CompuScripts wants the scheduling of your court reporter to be the easiest thing you do all day. By having the necessary information at your fingertips, you can rest easy knowing your reporter will be on site and ready to start when you are.