Positions in this job family are responsible for recording and transcribing court proceedings.
Takes verbatim recordings of all court proceedings held before the Corporation Commission, as well as hearings before trial examiners and referees of the Commission.
Types transcriptions of the recordings and maintains files of transcripts and exhibits.
Maintains complete records of hearing dockets before all courts of the Commission.
Prepares case-made records of testimony, pleadings, exhibits and all evidence filed and introduced for appeal to the Oklahoma Supreme Court, as well as Federal Commissions.
KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, & ABILITIES
Knowledge of spelling, punctuation and grammar; of terms and vocabulary employed in legal work; of courtroom procedures; and of proper procedures for obtaining verbatim recordings of courtroom testimony. Skill is required to use electronic recording equipment, typewriter or other related equipment.
The Court Reporter job family consists of only one level of work and incumbents will perform functions associated with the assigned position.
Education and Experience requirements at this level consist of Statutory Requirements 20 O.S. 1981, Section 106.3(B): Incumbents must be certified or licensed by the State Board of Examiners of Official Shorthand Reporters; or if no certified or licensed reporters are available, an acting shorthand reporter temporarily certified by the Chief Justice of the Supreme Court may be employed for a period not to exceed a maximum of twelve months.
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