Reporter's Preference Form
Software (Eclipse, CaseCAT, StenoCat...)
Preferred Reference Material (s)
Morson's English Guide for Court Reporters
Margie Wakeman Wells' Bad Grammar/Good Punctuation
The Gregg Reference Manual
Select your preferences
Comma before too. He went with us, too.
Slashes in dates 5/9/07
Dashes in dates 5-9-07
Capitalize Counsel when it replaces a name. Repeat that, Counsel.
Dashes between inch-and-a-half
Spell out numbers one through ten
Use [sic] when speaker misstates or says something weird
Date, Year. January, 2010
Date Year. January 2010
Three million dollars
3 million dollars
$3 million dollars
When $ is not stated, but is clearly understood
10 or $15
$10 or $15
10 or 15 dollars
Exhibit No. 2
Exhibit Number 2
Dates - Slashes/Commas
Dates where part of year is not stated
1996 or '7
1996 or 7
1996 or '97
Commas in a series
cow, duck, and horse
cow, duck and horse
Pages, Lines, Sections, Volume Numbers
Page 20, Line 5
page 20, line 5
Volume No. 2
Volume Number 2
Attorney Resumes Q&A after Colloquy
BY MR. LAWYER: Where did you go?
BY MR. LAWYER: Q. Where did you go?
(By Mr. Lawyer) Where did you go?
Objection in Colloquy
Is that correct/right?
You gave it to him; is that correct?
You gave it to him, is that correct?
You gave it to him. Is that correct?
He was with you; correct?
He was with you, correct?
He was with you. Correct?
Response after multiple choice question is asked
How long are we talking about? a week? a month? six months?
How long are we talking about, a week, a month, six months?
Bates-stamped/labeled... (with hyphen)
Bates stamped/labeled... (without hyphen)
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