California Official Court Reporters Association

Bill Introduced to Allow ER in Family Law

Posted in Campaign for Officials, Court Budgets, Electronic Recording

Assembly Member Donald Wagner (R Irvine) has taken the lead to introduce a bill that would allow the replacing of official reporters with ER in Family Law.

You may read the language of the entire bill by clicking the link below.

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An act to amend Section 69957 of the Government Code, relating to courts.

LEGISLATIVE COUNSEL’S DIGEST

AB 1834, as introduced, Wagner. Electronic court reporting.

Existing law authorizes a superior court to appoint official reporters and official reporters pro tempore as are deemed necessary for the performance of the duties of the court and its members. Existing law also authorizes a court to use electronic recording equipment to record an action or proceeding in a limited civil case, or a misdemeanor or infraction case, if an official reporter or an official reporter pro tempore is unavailable.

This bill would additionally allow a court to use electronic recording equipment in a family law case if an official reporter or an official reporter pro tempore is unavailable.

Read the entire bill by clicking here.

Posted on February 22, 2016 by admin

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