WHITE PLAINS COURT REPORTER
Do you need a court reporter for a deposition in White Plains, New York and want a spacious conference room? Well, you've found just that and better yet, our conference room is available at a low cost. Our office is conveniently located in downtown White Plains, New York and each court reporter we provide and/or legal video specialist uses the latest technologies providing service in all of Westchester County. We also offer realtime court reporter and rush services. Each realtime court reporter has remote access capability, so if some of your team cannot attend the deposition in White Plains, WhitePlainsCourtReporter.com offers remote access over the internet so attorneys can view the transcripts live as the deposition takes place.
WHITE PLAINS COURT REPORTER
Need a court reporter in White Plains, New York? You can schedule court reporting services in White Plains with NNRC. When you require court reporting, video depositions, video conferencing, conference rooms, or any other deposition related service in the White Plains area, contact NNRC for all your requirements.
New York has a both statewide and New York City judicial systems, each headed by its own Supreme Court as well as a conglomerate of District, City, civil and criminal trial and non-trial courts. However, applicants for court reporter jobs both inside and outside NYC will find a list of open positions, job requirements and application forms at the New York State Unified Court System website. All court positions require passing the NY civil service examination. Contact the NY Civil Service employment website for information regarding exam sites and dates as well as study guides.
Although court reporters in New York are not legally required to participate in continuing education, as a certified court reporter you are required to earn approximately five hours (10 credits) of continuing education with every annual renewal.
Every one of our court reporters is hand selected by our arduous Professional Recruiting, Vetting and Testing Program, led by our Director of Court Reporting, Kathy DiLorenzo, Registered Diplomate Reporter, Certified Real-time Reporter, Fellow of the Academy of Professional Reporters and former President of the National Court Reporters Association.
Brofman, a former Bronx assistant DA, said he and lawyer James Burchetta came up with the idea in the mid-1990s, when both settled a lawsuit by writing down their best offers on pieces of paper, which they handed to a court reporter.
Michael was born in Bayonne, New Jersey, and raised in Brooklyn, New York. He was the son of Israel and Helen Schreff, both of blessed memory. He was employed for many years at the New Haven Superior Court and Bridgeport Superior Court, as a court reporter, and later he ran his own court reporting business, serving many clients in New Haven County and Fairfield County, Connecticut. 041b061a72