A transcript is a verbatim (word for word) typed record of what happened in court for a particular hearing or proceeding. If a transcript has not been made for your court matter and you would like one, you will need to contact the official court reporter for the Court Official who presided over the specific hearing and follow the court reporter's procedure for your request. Before contacting the reporter by phone, you will need certain information such as your CASE NUMBER and SPECIFIC DATE OF THE PROCEEDING. The Court Reporter will charge a statutory per page rate for the original transcript (which goes in the file) and a copy fee (you receive a certified copy of the transcript). Additional rates apply for expedited requests. You will pay the reporter directly.
If a Transcript has been created and you would like a certified copy you can obtain it in one of two ways:
If your court matter was recorded, the following options are available to you:
Most Court Commissioner hearings are recorded.
Copies of Juvenile Court Records
See the section on “ Viewing the court File in Person.” The Juvenile Court Judge will order which records, if any, may be copied.
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