transcription process sets us above the rest.
reporters use the latest state of the art digital and
computer-aided transcribing equipment. After the deposition
is taken, it is then transcribed and printed. The court
reporter proofreads the transcript, as well as performs
other verification procedures to ensure the accuracy of the
transcript, such as appropriate spellings, missed
punctuation and accurate wording. It takes an average of
2-3 hours per hour of deposition to finalize the
transcript. The transcript then enters the production
process for copying, scanning and attaching exhibits,
binding, special formatting, and other services requested.
The final transcript can also be delivered in various
electronic file formats via e-mail or diskette/CD.
Whether you are local or out of town (Shreveport,
Ruston, etc.), you can schedule expert court
reporters, videographers, interpreters, and conference rooms with
one phone call. Most of our court reporters have a
minimum of 10 years legal and court reporting experience. We are committed to
promoting the highest of standards for verbatim reporting, quality
of service, and professional ethics, as well as utilization of
technologies for the advancement of the legal community. Duke
Copeland is a court reporting agency doing business since the
late ’70s. Duke Copeland identifies the needs of the client and exceeds
When quality and experience matter,
call Duke Copeland Court Reporters and Video Conferencing!