Wednesday, May 22nd, 2013
A little over a year ago, state-ordered budget cuts prompted the Los Angeles Superior Court to close dozens of courtrooms countywide and lay of hundreds of workers—including court reporters.
Since then, if you had a civil proceeding in the LA Superior Court, you probably thought you always had to provide your own reporter. In reality, it depends on the day and time your case is being heard. Every week, non-furloughed county court reporters are on hand and ready to work—in some courts at some times on Monday, Wednesday and Friday; in other courts at other times on Tuesday and Thursday.
To help attorneys know exactly when “BYOR” applies, the LA Superior Court has put its reporter schedule online. Now you can check the calendar in advance. If a county reporter is scheduled, you’re all set. If you need to bring your own reporter, it’s still easy.
Just let Hahn & Bowersock know online, from your mobile device, by phone or by email. We’ll respond immediately and schedule an expert, experienced reporter who’s worked in the court where your case is appearing.
Checking the LA court reporter schedule is fast and easy. Just follow these steps:
• Go to the Court Reporter Information page on lasuperiorcourt.org.
• In the middle of the page, find Court Reporter Assignment Schedule
• On the right hand side of the chart, click on Central in the region listing.
• The Court Reporter Part-Time Assignment Schedule will load in a popup PDF viewer.
If you have questions about the schedule or need to book an H&B court reporter for an upcoming trial, hearing, deposition or arbitration, get in touch. Our great people, outstanding service and the industry’s most advanced technology make every case easier to prep, try and win.