All court proceedings are recorded. As long as the proceeding was not sealed, anyone may obtain a transcript. To obtain a transcript, contact the courtroom deputy or court reporter listed in the minutes of the proceeding. Contact information for courtroom deputies and court reporters is in About the Judges under each judge's listing. Once a court reporter has transcribed a proceeding, he or she will file the transcript in the record. If you did not order the transcript but want to view it or obtain a copy, contact the courtroom deputy or court reporter listed in the minutes of the proceeding. After 90 days, the transcript may be viewed by anyone without having to pay for a copy. For more information, see In the Matter of Maximum Transcript Rates for Court Reporters (PDF).
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One feed, $3.05; two to four feeds, $2.10; five or more feeds, $1.50. A "feed" is the electronic data from the court reporter to the computer of each person receiving the real-time transcription in the courtroom.