From the President

  • Georgia Court Reporters: CALL TO ACTION!!!
    Georgia Court Reporters: CALL TO ACTION!!!

    Good afternoon, everyone,

    THE TIME IS NOW AND THE JUDICIAL COUNCIL NEEDS TO HEAR FROM ALL OF US!

    PDF IconCRMC Policies – Critical Concerns from GCCRA and GSRA: Please download and read!

    As most everyone now knows, our profession is and has been under attack. It has been over a month since the June 4th Judicial Council meeting at Jekyll Island. Judge Sara Doyle, Chairperson of the Court Reporting Matters Committee, has opened up the period for public comment. This window is only open for 60 days. The judicial council has a list of recommendations to vote on in September, and some of them are VERY detrimental to our profession. Whether you are an official court reporter or a freelancer, it is vitally important that you participate in our endeavor to educate the Judicial Council as to what court reporting is all about and voice your concerns regarding these proposed recommendations.

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  • Call for Prospective Nominees for Appointment to the Board of Court Reporting
    Call for Prospective Nominees for Appointment to the Board of Court Reporting

    The Judicial Council Court Reporting Matters Committee represents the Council on all matters relating to court reporting to include recommending qualified individuals for membership to the Board of Court Reporting, and pursuant to O.C.G.A. § 15-14-24, the Judicial Council appoints the members of the Board for two year terms.

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GCCRA News

Articles of Interest

  • Job Opportunity - Dublin Judicial Circuit
    Job Opportunity – Dublin Judicial Circuit

    The Dublin Judicial Circuit, comprised of Johnson, Laurens, Treutlen and Twiggs Counties, is looking for a certified court reporter to immediately serve as the official reporter for Superior Court Judge Jon F. Helton.

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  • Letters from Court Reporters to the Judicial Council of Georgia
    Letters from Court Reporters to the Judicial Council of Georgia

    The following letters are from Georgia Court Reporters who have given the GCCRA permission to reproduce their messages here. These letters are excellent examples provided to show exactly how court reporting is being threatened as a profession in Georgia, and what these reporters are pro-actively doing to promote their thoughts about possible upcoming changes to policies and fees required for Court Reporting Services.

    PDF IconCarol Harper – Letter to the Judicial Council

     

    PDF IconMarcia Arberman – Letter to the Judicial Council

     

    PDF IconRonica Parks – Letter to the Judicial Council

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  • Fulton County Superior Court: New Policy
    Fulton County Superior Court: New Policy

    Superior Court of Fulton County: As of May 15, 2015, all court reporters will be required to be certified as a Registered Professional Reporter (RPR). And that’s not all the news. By [...]

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