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    Montana State of the Nation Activities Report

    Web site www.mtcra.com Certification N/A Certification board contact N/A CSR exam: Written:  N/ASkill: N/A Contracting Yes - there is anti-contracting langauge in the state Rules of Civil Proceedure Notary requirements Freelancers required to hold notary in order to administer oaths.  Notary not required for officials. Known technologies Electronic Recording, Captioners, CART Providers, Stenograph…

    Categories: Advocacy, Committee

  • CEU Test - Guillain-Barr Syndrome Test

    You can earn 0.25 PDC by passing the exam following this article, which has been approved for publication by NCRA's Council of the Academy of Professional Reporters. The questions are based on the material in the article but some may require additional research. Please take these tests online by following the directions on the main JCR Article test page. 

    Categories: Advocacy, Committee

  • NCRA Key Issues

    Student shortage To combat the issue of student shortages and to respond to the increasing demand for reporters who are realtime trained, NCRA has taken a multifaceted hands-on approach to advancing education for court reporters. NCRA’s efforts have led to a dramatic improvement, with student enrollment increasing almost 38 percent at NCRA-approved programs after an almost decade-long decline in e…

    Categories: Advocacy

  • Strategic Alliances

    Deaf and Hard-of-Hearing Alliance The purpose of the Deaf and Hard-of-Hearing Alliance (DHHA) is to focus on federal public policy that can improve the quality of life for people who are deaf or hard of hearing, and all people with hearing loss. The DHHA’s major objective is to provide a forum whereby relevant information can be shared, plans made and actions taken for collaborative and mutua…

    Categories: Advocacy, About NCRA

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    Can You Swear in a Witness Over the Telephone?

    Telephone depositions are a common occurrence for many court reporters - and are perhaps more common than these reporters would like. Some of the problems associated with telephone depositions - not being able to hear the witness, garbled speech, poor phone connection, several participants who all sound alike and don't identify themselves - make an already challenging assignment all the more diffi…

    Categories: Ethics and Business Practices, Advocacy

  • Local Courthouse Safety Act

    Sen. Al Franken (MN) introducing the Local Courthouse Safety Act in 2012 In March 2015, Rep. Ted Poe (Texas) introduced the Local Courthouse Safety Act of 2015 (H.R. 1566). This legislation received the same broad support as the 2103 incarnation; however, it was unable to pass in the 114th Congress. NCRA is dedicated to the passage of this commonsense legislation and continues to lobby members of …

    Categories: Advocacy

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    Oklahoma State of the Nation Activities

    Web site http://www.ocraonline.org/ Certification Yes. Reciprocity given to RPRs and reporters holding CSRs from a state that is listed with the Supreme Court as equivalent to NCRA’s RPR or RMR. Certification board contact Amanda PayneAdministrative Office of the CourtsSupreme Court of Oklahoma1915 N Stiles, Ste 305Oklahoma City, OK  73105.  Phone: (405) 521-2450 CSR exam Written:  YesSkill: 180 w…

    Categories: Advocacy, Committee

  • Telephone Depositions

    Resources Can You Swear in a Witness Over the Telephone? [Members] Advisory Opinion No. 31 Advisory Opinion No. 36

    Categories: Ethics and Business Practices, Advocacy, Committee

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    ER Resource Library - Tips & Tools

    This Electronic Resource Library allows you to browse individual documents on issues concerning electronic recording (ER). Please feel free to use these articles for your information and research purposes. We will continue to add material as it becomes available.

    Categories: Advocacy

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    American Judges Association

    Resolution Unanimously adopted April 24, 1998Portland, Oregon   WHEREAS court reporters are officers of the court, whose impartiality, as with judges, must remain utterly beyond question in order to ensure the enduring confidence and faith from which our judicial system derives its legitimacy; and WHEREAS some court reporting firms are contracting directly with the parties in interest in litigatio…

    Categories: Advocacy

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