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Comma before final “too.” (He went with us, too.)
Slashes in date (3/14/16) or dashes in date (3-14-16)?
Capitalize “Counsel” if a name can be replaced (Repeat that, Counsel/Lisa)?
Dashes between inch-and-a-half?
No (inch and a half)
Capitalize North, South, East, West?
Yes (North, South, East, West)
No (north, south, east, west)
Spell out numbers one through:
If witness says "eight o'clock":
If witness says "two million dollars":
two million dollars
2 million dollars
If witness spells out a word:
All caps, no dashes (MARY)
All caps, with dashes (M-A-R-Y)
Lowercase, with dashes (m-a-r-y)
Choose the sample below that you prefer in an answer to a question:
Yes, I was there.
Yes. I was there.
Choose the sample below that you prefer on specific numbers:
Exhibit Number 10
Exhibit No. 10
Choose the comma series that you prefer:
Jane, Mary, and Bob
Jane, Mary and Bob
Choose the sample below in dealing with money when $ is not mentioned on the first number, but it is clearly understood:
10 or $15
$10 or $15
10 or 15 dollars
If a witness says "nineteen ninety five or six," and it is clearly understood they mean 1995 or 1996:
1995 or 6
1995 or '6
1995 or '96
Do you like [sic] to be written in the transcript when the speaker is clearly misstating a name or date?
Choose your preference below on a sample question asked:
Are we talking about a year before you quit? Six months? Two weeks? 21 days?
Are we talking about a year before you quit, six months, two weeks, 21 days?
Choose date form you prefer (comma or no comma):
Choose your preference for "correct" or "right" at the end of a question:
You are leaving tomorrow, correct?
You are leaving tomorrow; correct?
You are leaving tomorrow. Correct?
Please list any additional concerns or preferences:
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