Frequently Asked Questions
Q. What is different about Court Reporter Depot?
A. Court Reporter Depot is not a broker of court reporting services. We don't "pass along" your deposition to another agency. We maintain control of the assignment from start to finish. This enables us to monitor the timeliness and accuracy of the transcript. It also helps with maintaining proper transcript formatting. Regardless of the city or state you are litigating, your transcripts will be a full page of testimony.
Q. What is your turnaround time?
A. Court Report Depot's standard turnaround is 10 business days. Expedited delivery is also available for 5 business days, 2 business days or next business day delivery.
(The following U.S. holidays do not count as “business days”: New Year's Day, Martin Luther King, Jr. Day, President's Day, Memorial Day, Independence Day, Labor Day, Thanksgiving Day, day after Thanksgiving, day before Christmas, Christmas Day, day after Christmas.)
Q. Does Court Reporter Depot offer advanced services such as Realtime Transcription?
A. Yes. Court Reporter Depot offers a variety of advanced deposition oriented services; many of which go far beyond the traditional menu of services. Please see "Our Services" section for a complete list of services offered.
Q. Is scheduling a deposition with Court Reporter Depot less expensive than calling a court reporter or agency directly?
A. Yes. Court Reporter Depot leverages our deposition volume to procure court reporting services for you at a fraction of the market cost that you would pay to contract a court reporter directly.
Q. Can I also schedule a videographer or interpreter if I need one?
A. Yes. We can arrange for a variety of ancillary deposition services including videography and interpreting services.
Q. How do I schedule service with Court Reporter Depot?
A. Scheduling service with Court Reporter Depot is easy. Simply go to the “Schedule a Deposition” section of our website orf click the schedule service button at the top of this page. Don't forget to include any and all deposition details. You will receive an email confirmation upon scheduling your deposition. You may also call, fax or mail your deposition request. Regardless how you schedule you deposition you will receive a phone call from our calendar department the day before your deposition. We encourage you to use whichever method you prefer.
Q. What are my payment options?
A. Once service is complete you will receive an invoice with your transcript. Our terms are Net 30 days. We accept checks as well as Visa, MasterCard and American Express.
Q. How will I receive my completed transcript?
A. Completed deposition transcripts are sent via hard copy according to your delivery preference. We can also e-mail your transcript to you at no additional charge.
Q. What do I get with my transcript?
A. In addition to your hard copy transcript you will receive a condensed transcript and an ASCII disk for electronic review of your transcript within 10 business days of your deposition.