Benefits of Using Video Court Reporting
Many people with experience litigating cases in court know that printed words or even words read out loud just don't have the same impact as a live speaker. Of course, having someone physically present isn't always possible, but a video deposition gives you the closest imitation of live testimony. Video reporting is visually striking, memorable, and usually more effective than other methods of presentation.
Court video reporting can also allow you to get more out of a deposition when it is first conducted. Video court reporting allows every member of the legal team, as well as witnesses, clients, or anyone else involved, to watch the deposition as it happens and ask questions in real time. This can be invaluable, since unanswered questions or gaps sometimes become obvious after a deposition has been recorded.
Find the Right Company to Handle Your Video Reporting
Experience and professionalism are key qualities to look for in a court reporter or videographer. The Arizona reporting firm of Coash and Coash has extensive experience and can even handle video depositions in other states. To find out more about the services Coash and Coash offers, please visit Coashandcoash.com.
About Coash & Coash, Inc.
Coash & Coash provides a full range of court reporting services to the legal community, from interactive real-time to live depositions by videoconference between remote locations. We know that attorneys demand accountability and accuracy. We have built our reputation on meeting and exceeding those high standards. You may schedule your deposition or videoconference online at http://coashandcoash.com/