- Web-based Transcript Management:
The New Hampshire Supreme Court with a private vendor developed a transcript management system that works with the Court’s webpage and enables litigants to electronically request transcripts. Click here for a description of the system process used by the New Hampshire Supreme Court.
- Mandatory electronic record (FL App Rule 9.200 (d)):
This rule mandates that the entire record, including trial court pleadings be compiled into a single PDF file and that the trial transcript be converted into a second PDF file. Both must be submitted through the Florida Courts e-filing Portal.
- Graduated Reduction of Page Rate for Late Transcripts:
Colorado’s approach to reducing the time for transcript preparation by court reporters includes a graduated reduction in the per page transcription rate when deadlines are not met. The rate for a transcript, which would be billed at the ordinary rate if submitted on time, is 90% of the ordinary rate if late 10 days or less, 75% if 11 to 30 days late and 50% if more than 30 days late. Click here for Chief Justice Directive 85-03 revised.
- Administrative Order Regarding Timely Transcripts:
The Arizona Court of Appeals, Division I, issued Administrative Order 2015-01 to establish stringent requirements for multiple extension requests on transcripts and authorize show cause hearings for court reporters.