Specializing in Daily Copy and
of Trials and Depositions
Phone: (253) 843-1213
Fax: (253) 882-1159
Participating Member of:
National Court Reporters Association
Washington Court Reporters Association
Over 20 years of court reporting experience, both freelance and in the courtroom well-qualifies Ascopist4U to accurately, promptly and reliably edit your work and to meet your standards and preferences resulting in a finished product requiring little, if any, refinement by you.
Court Reporters of the highest caliber need a scopist of the highest caliber as a working partner, one with previous court reporting experience and one who is technologically knowledge. With this type of working relationship you will be ensured that your clients will receive the precise and accurate final work product they are asking for.
Specializing in daily copy and expedited transcripts of depositions, trials and motions, hearing and conferences.
Preference forms are provided for reporters to fill out and to keep updated so that Ascopist4U is always informed of new formats, styles and the manner in which the transcripts are to be edited. They can be modified at any time to meet your current transcription production requirements.
Complimentary transfer of audio, transcript and exhibit files through TAF, a secure Web site where each court reporter has an individual login and personal private folder to ensure confidentiality.
Proficiency in reading and writing steno allows Ascopist4u me to help you maintain your translation dictionaries. A dictionary will be sent to you when each job is returned so that you will be able to quickly go through it and choose those words you would like to enter into your main translation dictionary or case dictionary and those you prefer to delete.
Complimentary use of PayPal to help the court reporter and Ascopist4U save time with invoicing and payments.
The availability of backup Scopists used only with your permission, in case of an emergency.
Necessary research to ensure accuracy of technical and medical terminology as well as the use of Morsonís English Guide for Court Reporters, The Gregg Reference Manual, Merriam-Websterís subscription online dictionary and NCRA reference materials.
The use of a variety of audio backup systems while editing, including audiosync, dss, wav files and audio tapes.