If your law firm is still using audio/video recordings in your legal proceedings, it is time for a change. Switching over to legal transcripts can benefit your attorneys in more than one way. Read this blog post to find out more.
Transcriptions of legal proceedings from an audio format into a typed format are known as legal transcriptions. Transcription can help law firms by offering them with a verbatim recording of jury decisions or witness testimonies that are accurate. The most popular form of legal transcription is courtroom proceedings, followed by transcriptions of legal briefs, depositions, wiretaps, conference calls, interrogations or jury instructions. Very often legal transcriptions have to be created from audio/video footage.