Though overshadowed by lawyers, prosecutors, judges and other figures in the judicial system, court reporters defend the integrity of the judicial record by keeping accurate transcripts of legal proceedings and perform important work in the pursuit of justice. Furthermore, outside their official role in transcribing court proceedings, court reporters in Las Vegas can also work directly for lawyers and law firms, helping them not only with legal transcripts, but also with many other support services such as remote depositions, legal videography, preparation of trial media like PowerPoint presentations and printed trial boards and more. Whether working for the public or in the private sector, court reporters make a large impact on the judicial system.
As the population of Las Vegas has rapidly grown over the last several decades, the city’s legal system has struggled to keep up. Legal problems do arise in “Sin City,” and many times, lawyers need to get involved to assist residents or visitors with litigation, legal issues and/or divorce and other types of family law. Firms that specialize in court reporting in Las Vegas Nevada support busy attorneys by doing some of the legwork for them. These firms can record remote depositions with witnesses, produce legal documentaries to strengthen their clients’ cases and perform research that bolsters their clients’ arguments. Court reporters lighten the burden on Las Vegas lawyers by assisting them with legal photography, legal research through e-discovery & document review and many other support services.
Court reporters in Nevada are regulated and licensed by the State; the same applies for court reporting companies. Individual court reporters and court reporting companies in Nevada must keep their licenses in good standing to remain compliant with state law and avoid penalties and disciplinary actions. The Certified Court Reporters’ Board of Nevada, a five-member board appointed by the governor, oversees the industry in the state and enforces regulations.