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Phoenix, Arizona 602.512.1300
Per the National Court Reporters Association, 16% of RPRs have earned the RMR professional designation.
To become an RPR, you must have the knowledge, skills, and ability to produce high-quality transcripts.
CRRs accurately write realtime for five minutes at 96% accuracy from professionally recorded two-voice question-and-answer material at the speed of 200 words per minute.
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Court Reporter, RPR, RMR, CRR
Arizona CR No. 50541
Reporting since 1991
Arizona Registered Reporting Firm R1006
mg reporting Court Reporters is owned and managed by a working court reporter who has been reporting since 1991, all in the beautiful state of Arizona. We attribute our business growth to client referrals.
I have been a court reporter for 27 years. I have been providing realtime court reporting services personally for 21 years. I have covered all types of legal proceedings for most of the well-respected, longstanding court reporting firms in Arizona.
I decided to start my own firm because i believe I can provide exceptional service to my clients, as well as facilitate scheduling and assign the right court reporting talent to each deposition.
I enjoy being a mentor to court reporters who are new to the profession and encourage new court reporters to sit in with me at depositions. I also like helping my colleagues with achieving their goals of providing realtime services to attorneys.
"Whatever you are, be a good one."