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Reference guide(s) I prefer (please check all that apply):
Morson’s English Guide for Court Reporters, 2nd Edition
Margie Wakeman Wells’s resources
The Gregg Reference Manual
Please select the statements that describe you best:
I care more about rules (grammar, punctuatio, etc.)
I care about rules and readability roughly equally
I care more about readability
I care more about my preferences than anything else
Any special concerns or preferences:
"Is that correct" or similar question at end of question:
You are coming tomorrow; is that correct?
You are coming tomorrow, is that correct?
You are coming tomorrow. Is that correct?
"Correct" or "right" at end of question:
You have a license; correct?
You have a license, correct?
You have a license. Correct?
Answers to questions
Yes, I was there.
Yes. I was there.
After colloquy and attorney resumes Q&A:
BY MR. LAWYER: Did you say that?
BY MR. LAWYER: Q. Did you say that?
(By Mr. Lawyer) Did you say that?
Capitalizing "Defendant" or "Plaintiff"
Only when referring to the case at hand
Only when it can replace a person's name
Capitalizing Counsel if a name can be replaced (Repeat that, Counsel/Tina)
Exhibit No. 10
Exhibit Number 10
Comma in a series
dog, cat, and fish
dog, cat and fish
Spell out number one through...
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