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  • PDC Test - The Berlin Wall

    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: Ethics and Business Practices, Employment Opportunities, Certification and Testing, Advocacy, Committee, JCR, Schools

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    Delaware State of the Nation Activities Report

    Web site N/A Certification N/A Certification board contact N/A CSR exam No CSR exam in Delaware Contracting N/A Notary requirements Freelancers are required to have a notary to administer oaths Known technologies Electronic Recording CEU requirements N/A Unionized No Page format N/A

    Categories: Certification and Testing, Advocacy, Committee

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    New Mexico State of the Nation Activities Report

    Web site http://www.nmcra.com/ Certification Mandatory Certification board contact Board Governing the Recording of Judicial Proceedings PO Box 65157 Albuquerque, NM 87193-5157 Phone: (505) 269-2669 Fax: (505) 204-7058 Email: nmccrboard@gmail.comhttp://www.ccrboard.com/ CCR exam No CCR exam RPR certification is mandatory. Contracting No - Contracting is not allowed.  New Mexico has anti-contracti…

    Categories: Certification and Testing, Advocacy, Committee

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    Protecting the Reporter's Impartiality

    by John J. Prout Jr. Though court reporters normally play an unobtrusive role in the legal system, we do stand out for one primary reason: In a contentious environment where two parties struggle for victory, the court reporter remains neutral and impartial, ensuring through his or her efforts in making the record that each party will be treated fairly whether in the courtroom or the deposition sui…

    Categories: Advocacy

  • NCRA PAC Newsletter

    January 2018 issue July 2017 issue May 2017 issue April 2017 issue March 2017 issue February 2017 issue

    Categories: PAC, Committee, Captioning, Advocacy

  • Advisory Opinion 36

    Reporting a deposition where the witness is appearing by telephone (1999) Statement of Facts A Member has requested an opinion from the Committee on Professional Ethics regarding the following scenario: a reporter arrives to report a deposition where the witness is appearing by telephone. Although the reporter is not in the presence of the witness, there is a notary in the presence of the w…

    Categories: Ethics and Business Practices, Advocacy

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    ER Resource Library - Evidence Against ER

    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. Evidence Against Electronic Recording ExxonValdez TranscriptThe following transcript from the Exxon Valdez case was produced fr…

    Categories: Resources, Advocacy

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    Disclosure Policy

    A court reporter shall always disclose to all parties present at a deposition the existence of any direct or indirect contracting relationship with any attorney or party to the case, so that the other parties may exercise their rights under Rules 28(c), 29 and 32(d)(2) of the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure, and comparable state and local laws, to object to the taking of the deposition because o…

    Categories: Advocacy, Ethics and Business Practices

  • Censorship and Captioning

    By Gary Robson Censorship and the First Amendment may be one of the most misunderstood concepts in America today. In the context of television, it is now tightly interwoven with closed captioning in several ways. To understand the issue, let's start with the First Amendment to the U.S. Constitution. It states, "Congress shall make no law ... abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press." The k…

    Categories: Captioning, Advocacy

  • PAC Constitution and Bylaws

    PAC Constitution PAC Bylaws PAC Constitution CONSTITUTION ARTICLE I Name The name is the National Court Reporters Association Political Action Committee (hereinafter, "NCRA PAC"). ARTICLE II Organization NCRA PAC is a separate segregated fund that is connected to and sponsored by the National Court Reporters Association (hereinafter, the “Association”).  NCRA PAC shall be independent of any…

    Categories: PAC, Advocacy

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