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(Folsom, California) June 11, 2020

The National Network Reporting Company (NNRC) is pleased to announce their frequently asked questions on court reporters. When an attorney wants a little more information on what a court reporter does, this page serves as a great resource. Here, present and future clients can learn about how many words a court reporter can type per minute, how court reporters become certified, how stenographs work, and what sets a court reporter apart from other recording devices.

For decades, the NNRC has been a major component to hundreds of legal cases across the world. As a company dedicated to providing attorneys the litigation support they deserve, the staff at the NNRC know just how important it is for their clients to have a complete understanding of the litigation services they offer.

The firm was founded on the basis that attorneys and paralegals should be able to find quality court reporters without having to handle trial and error of choosing between firms. NNRC partners are only accepted after undergoing an intense vetting process to assure their quality of reporting, timeliness, accuracy, and customer service. If a court reporting firm is a member of the NNRC, clients can be confident their case is in good hands.

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Whether in need of a court reporter, videographer, realtime reporter, or any other litigation specialist under the sun, the NNRC has their clients covered. They do everything within their power to make sure clients are satisfied with their service. Client satisfaction is the most important aspect of their business.

For more information on the NNRC, call (866) 337-6672, email debbe.dreher@nnrc.com, or fill out this contact form.

NNRC Administrative Office

950 Glenn Drive, Suite 150 Folsom, CA 95630