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Cite's network offers coverage around the world. Wherever your depositions, arbitrations or meetings are located, our service partners offer valuable planning assistance — ranging from hotel and restaurant recommendations to local sites of interest.

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Court Reporting Services

At Cite, the hard work we do is in the details you’ll rarely ever hear about. Namely, the behind-the-scenes logistics involved in delivering whatever you need — whether it’s as simple as first-rate court reporting provided locally, or a last-minute request in a city where you have no local contacts.

We provide transcripts and exhibits in searchable formats — delivered to you electronically, and uploaded & archived to our secure web repository.

Certified Court Reporters

Our skilled court reporters hold state and/or national certifications, and stay current on the critical issues of technology, ethics and client expectations. What’s more, a significant percentage of our professionals enjoy long-term working relationships with a number of loyal clients — who know they can call us and ask for them by name.

Certifications our Court Reporters hold include:

  • Registered Professional Reporter
  • Certified Real-Time Reporter

We’ve created a work environment that’s absolutely supportive of our reporters — and we offer them access to the kind of continuing education they can use to stay at the top of their game, day in and day out. And with that work environment comes the privilege of hiring only individuals who share our commitment to absolute professional service for every client we serve.

Need Real-Time Court Reporting?

Cite offers a full-suite of Real-Time Services include Real-Time Court Reporting, Translation, Transcription & Text Streaming

Arbitration

With our nationwide &network of stenographers, editors and IT specialists, Cite offers dependable real-time, transcription and related services throughout the United States.

 

Real-Time Arbitration Services

  • Wireless real-time setup
  • Real-time delivery for local and remote participants
  • Final transcripts after adjournment
  • Real-time accuracy of 99%+
  • Real-time transcription
  • Live feeds on PCs and tablets — iOS and Android
  • Secure chat with team members, locally and remotely
  • Setup on our devices or yours

Capabilities We Offer You

  • Pause, review and resume live sessions
  • Flag key testimony
  • Accelerate your production of daily summaries

Additional Services Include

  • Case-customized document management, preparation and presentation
  • Absolutely-dependable document shredding

Judicial Services

Cite has extensive experience in the courtroom.  Whether it’s a hearing, a trial or any other judicial need, we offer experienced reporters familiar with the courts.

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Virtual Meeting Rooms & Video Conferencing

Virtual Meeting Rooms

In today's world, save yourself time and money by conducting virtual depositions. Through technology, anyone can log into a secure virtual meeting room.  All you need is an internet connection and a device (laptop, desktop, iPad, iPhone, Android, etc.) with a microphone and a camera.  Contact us today to schedule an in-person or virtual demo!

Traditional Video Conferencing

Traditional Video Conferencing or Mobile Video Conferencing?

Traditional video conferencing delivers excellent picture and audio quality. However, locations are limited — and require attendees to travel to them. Pricing varies by location and can be particularly high for conferences held after normal business hours.

For most remote testimony, mobile video conferencing (whereby participants are connected from their own offices) is more convenient and cost-effective. Mobile video conferencing offers attendees options that traditional video conferencing cannot — such as chat, screen sharing, and individual user controls.

The most common downside to mobile video conferencing is the lack of technical proficiency or resources among all participants. Another downside to mobile video conferencing is the potential of less-than-optimal audio conditions at one or more sites — which can make it difficult for court reporters and/or jury members to understand certain witnesses’ testimony.

Audio quality is not a problem with traditional video conferencing facilities — which are equipped with stellar technology and acoustics.

Video Conferencing

When cases require you to depose or interview witnesses in other states or countries, a videoconference deposition can be an effective time- and cost-saving alternative.

Our network includes sites with on-hand professionals to facilitate a seamless experience throughout the video conference. We’ll provide you with full, split, or dual screens, along with streaming audio, video and text — and we’ll record the meeting or deposition, for playback when you need it later.

Videoconferencing is also a solid option in a number of other forums, including:

  • Meetings attended by multiple offices,
  • Training seminars
  • Prospective employee interviews.

Mobile Video Conferencing

Mobile video conferencing offers attorneys and their clients a secure, efficient means for bringing witnesses into courtrooms, attending or conducting depositions and interviewing prospective expert witnesses. Moreover, mobile video conferences can be attended by multiple parties, in multiple offices or locations, in real-time.

Setup

Mobile video conference attendees receive emailed links — connecting them within seconds. Moreover, mobile video conferences can be accessed from PCs, tablets, video conference-equipped rooms and smartphones. Attendees can even choose Phone Attendance — for audio-only connections.

Mobile Video Conferencing or Traditional Video Conferencing?

For most remote testimony, mobile video conferencing (whereby participants are connected from their own offices) is more convenient and cost-effective. Mobile video conferencing offers attendees options that traditional video conferencing cannot — such as chat, screen sharing, and individual user controls.

The most common downside to mobile video conferencing is the lack of technical proficiency or resources among all participants. Another downside to mobile video conferencing is the potential of less-than-optimal audio conditions at one or more sites — which can make it difficult for court reporters and/or jury members to understand certain witnesses’ testimony.

Traditional video conferencing delivers excellent audio and picture quality. However, locations are limited — and require attendees to travel to them. Pricing varies by location and can be particularly high for conferences held after normal business hours.

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Trial Technology/Presentation

Cite offers a full array of technology support services to ensure seamless presentations.

  • A Consultant manages all technical aspects of your case presentation, and courtroom presentations.
  • Cite provides equipment setup and operation is and we ensure all technical details are taken care of.
  • Multimedia editing, digitization, and duplication
  • Document digitization including OCR

 

Cite’s trial technology consultants bring insights, experience, and technical expertise the courtroom and beyond. We are on your side!

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Videography Services

It’s no secret that video captures critical nonverbal communication that isn’t recorded in written transcripts — from body language and voice intonation to facial expressions and gestures. Legal videography not only helps simplify the communication of complex material, but it can also persuasively demonstrate — or undermine — the credibility of deponents and witnesses.

Cite’s legal videographers shoot in digital format using professional-grade, high-definition cameras — which simultaneously record video and audio backups onto DVD for redundancy. Moreover, they’re experienced in trial presentation, onsite editing and mobile videoconferencing.

Capabilities in addition to standard deposition videos

  • Picture-In-Picture Depositions
  • Day-In-The-Life Videos
  • Mediation Or Settlement Videos
  • Site Inspections
  • Mock Depositions

 

Winning Video Tactics

Site Inspections
    • Site inspections are an effective way to record and preserve critical evidence. In addition to providing complete filming and editing capabilities, our experienced professionals can help you — in advance — create detailed checklists, to ensure no detail is omitted.
    • Our team’s video experience includes 1) Construction sites, thoroughly documenting site conditions to protect stakeholders from property claims, and 2) Insurance Claim Site Documentation in the aftermath of natural disasters — documenting conditions with accurate video records of damages, cleanup, repairs and improvements.
Day-In-The-Life Documentaries
    • Our experienced team brings more than just the proper equipment needed to ensure that an injury’s impact on a client’s life is effectively communicated. They offer sympathetic, compelling storytelling skills that can often make the difference in connecting with viewers at a gut and heart level.
Settlement Videos
    • Cite’s team can create powerful settlement documentary videos — incorporating everything from day-in-the-life video excerpts and interviews of family members & experts to graphics and recreations.

Post-Production Services

  • Linear & Nonlinear Editing
  • Multimedia Enhancement — From Freeze-Frame Closeups To Audio Adjustments
  • Video Duplication
  • Format Conversion For Any Type Of Audio Or Video Into Various Formats

Cite’s editing stations enable us to deliver broadcast-quality media for presentation at mediations, hearings, trials, and arbitrations.

Video/Transcript Synch

Cite can synchronize transcripts with video, word for word. We’ll deliver an entire day’s testimony in a digital file you can download, or copy it to an external drive or DVD.

We can help you extract key moments of testimony — creating and exporting clips that contain both video and text. We can then export those clips into any number of formats — including MPEG-2 (for courtroom playback) and MPEG-1 (enabling you to turn text On or Off) and WMV.

In fact, we can even export video into PowerPoint, Sanction or Summation Formats.

Multimedia Production

With our multimedia production capabilities, we can make your evidence that more compelling — integrating a variety of video clips (including, IE, security videos), medical imaging (X-Rays or MRIs) and other electronic or digital documents or demonstratives directly into your video record.

Our standard video mixing package includes a high-definition document projector, a monitor for counsel and a video mixer with picture-in-picture — all of which can be controlled by a Cite video specialist during depositions.

Moreover, we can record witnesses’ reactions to video clips and/or other demonstratives shown to them during deposition.

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Conference Rooms

Wherever you need to schedule a deposition, arbitration, mediations or meeting —across the country or abroad — we’ll handle the arrangements. — including internet access and, if necessary, food & beverage service.

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Real-Time Services

Quality real-time technology gives you a competitive edge in the deposition room — enabling your team to view live testimony. At the same time, our court reporters deliver instant, accurate records of proceedings.

 

Services & Capabilities Include

  • Live-streaming to approved participants
  • Mark and annotate testimony while you review
  • Instant rough drafts of each day’s testimony
  • Online access to final-draft testimony

Real-Time Court Reporting & Transcription

Our court reporters utilize the latest court reporting technology for real-time setup and can provide real-time delivery to local and remote attendees. Our experienced editors can produce final transcripts quickly after adjournment, delivering real-time transcripts at 99% accuracy or better – even in highly technical or complex matters. We are especially accustomed to local court procedures and local language nuances.

 

Real-Time Transcription Services

  • Live feeds on PCs and tablets — iOS and Android
  • Secure chat with team members, locally and remotely
  • Setup on our devices or yours

Capabilities We Offer You

  • Pause, review and resume live sessions
  • Flag key testimony
  • Accelerate your production of daily summaries

Additional Services Include

  • Case-customized document management, preparation, and presentation
  • Absolutely-dependable document shredding

Need Real-Time Interpretation Services?

Cite offers Real-Time Interpretation Services with Exceptional Translators

Text Streaming

Increasingly, litigators are using text streaming, audio/video streaming and instant messaging to gain a competitive edge in the courtroom. We can provide all those services through our network of strategic partners.

Through a secure internet connection, text streaming enables you to receive, offsite, a live translation directly from a court reporter’s stenotype machine. We can also arrange for you to receive local text streaming — through LAN and Wi-Fi networks in the courthouse.

 

Streaming Depositions and Trial Testimony

We can also arrange for court reporters to stream live text of depositions and trial testimony to remote locations. Our network of real-time court reporters is fully-trained with streaming programs like LiveNote, and is supported by consultants who can offer you technical support on both ends of a feed.

Real-Time Video Streaming

When you or a team member can’t attend a deposition, realtime video streaming is the best solution.

Cite offers the capability to deliver secure, live video feeds of depositions taking place. Used in conjunction with text streaming, live video captures the critical nonverbal communications that aren’t recorded in written transcripts — from body language and voice intonation to facial expressions and gestures.

Advantages of Video Streaming

During breaks, team members who monitor depositions can confer with on-site attorneys and clients — offering additional insights and recommendations for moving forward, once proceedings are back on the record. Insights and recommendations which, in some cases, have literally impacted the outcome.

Setup

To ensure a seamless, trouble-free stream — and to confirm that your system is capable of connecting to the stream — we’ll send you a test video stream a day in advance of your deposition. During the deposition, you’ll see and hear everything recorded while proceedings are on the record.

Please note: Video Streaming is a one-way feed. Two-way connections are classified as Mobile Video Conferences.

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Transcription

At Cite, we take a lot of pride in the consistent quality of our legal transcription services. But we take a lot more pride in the people who deliver that work: Skilled veterans who understand that showing up on time, and producing accurate transcripts fast, is just the start of being a great court reporter.

Our seasoned professionals are all well-acquainted with complex legal, medical and industry-related terminology, and we support their work with quality-control reviews before delivering your final transcripts.

In fact, Cite ensures unmatched-quality transcriptions from all types of media — including VOB, MPEG, WMV, Flash, FTR Gold, CD, and DVD.

 

The Paperless Advantage

  • Store and display exhibits from your laptop or tablet — iOS and Android
  • Access and download documents from your electronic database, anytime and anywhere
  • Maintain document confidentiality until introduction
  • Share documents locally and remotely
  • Highlight key points of personal exhibit copies only you can see
  • Provide official exhibits to all participants at no extra cost
  • Record and save witness annotations

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Interpretation

Cite’s network of interpreters isn’t just fluent in languages. They understand the nuances of the cultures they’re dealing with — and often bring a solid knowledge of cases’ subject matter. We provide interpreting services worldwide in all languages.

Real-Time Interpretation

Real-Time Interpretation

Real-Time Interpreting is commonly used during conferences and large meetings when multiple languages are being used. Interpreters typically work in soundproofed booths, and receive the appropriate interpretation on dedicated channels through a listening device.

Traditional Translation

Traditional translation is ordinarily used in legal proceedings. The translator sits beside the witness, listening and taking notes or providing realtime translation as the witness progresses through his/her answer.

We can also place the original-language transcriptions in real-time on laptops or tablets — giving translators an extra edge for providing the most accurate translations possible.

Written & Recorded Translation

With our network of language professionals, Cite can translate any kind of non-legal or legal document — including contracts, patents, and financial statements — in addition to court and deposition transcripts. At the same time, we can translate audio and video recordings — providing subtitles in real-time on your videos.

We can even translate your firm’s marketing materials into other languages, ensuring that your message is sensitive to the specific cultures to which you’re marketing.

Testimonials

Cite offers unparalleled customer service and accurate transcripts.  Depositions are the life blood of my practice.  I would not consider using another firm.

Coe Baxter
Attorney, Prince Glover Hayes

If I need a deposition covered my paralegal knows to call Cite and only Cite.  I have total confidence in everything they do.

Davis Hartley
Attorney, Red Oak Legal

As a paralegal, I like to know that our transcripts are going to be correct, on time, and priced reasonably.  I get all of this when dealing with Cite.

Lauren Saddler
Paralegal, Ball, Ball, Matthews & Novak

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