We take pride in the quality of all of our Orlando court reporters but Breean Crisp deserves special recognition. Bree was recently awarded three of the highest certifications offered by the National Court Reporters Association: Registered Professional Reporter (RPR), Registered Merit Reporter (RMR) and Certified Realtime Reporter (CRR). According to the NCRA’s webpage, there are roughly 32,000 stenographic court reporters in the United States. Of those, only 2100 have earned an RMR certification. This means that Bree stands in the top 6% of all stenographers in terms of her ability. When also considering reporters who have all three certifications, Bree is likely in the top 1% to 2% of all stenographers. That is impressive no matter how you write it.
What It Means To Earn An RMR.
To earn an RMR, Bree had to pass three sections of a skills test that evaluated her in three areas: Literary at 200 wpm, Jury Charge at 240 wpm, and Testimony/Q&A at 260 wpm. After dictation, she had only 75 minutes to transcribe her notes from each leg. She scored 95 percent accuracy (or higher) on each leg to pass. There are very few stenographers who can type 260 wpm with 95+% accuracy thru question-and-answer testimony. What does this mean for you? It means that you never have to worry whether Bree accurately captured every word spoken.
Certified Realtime Reporter.
Realtime reporters are the fastest of the fast when it comes to stenography. A realtime writer must be able to produce a readable transcript, in real time, thereby achieving the pinnacle of both speed and accuracy. In other words, you will be able to read the words spoken by the witness on your laptop or iPad as the witness speaks. This can be done because the stenotype machine in realtime reporting is connected to a laptop computer that is loaded with specialized computer-aided transcription (CAT) software capable of transcribing shorthand near-instantaneously.
Setting the Standard in Orlando.
Milestone Reporting Company’s best asset is its employees and Bree sets the standard for both our company and the industry. We tailor our reporters to the needs of our clients and ensure that we can provide any service needed by our attorneys. You don’t have to take our word for it; ask the National Court Reporters Association. Reporters like Bree can provide service and technology that is second to none. Whenever you need an Orlando realtime court reporter, give us a call.
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