Amicus Reporting

Court reporting services to cover trials, depositions, hearing, arbitrations. Notaries in Delaware, District of Columbia, Maryland, and Virginia.

Mission: To provide friendly and nonpartial court reporting services. We aim to give you a final transcript that makes the reader feel that they were there. We strive to stay in touch and give quickest responses to clients and the community as to availability of our services. If we can't help you, we will try to find someone that can or direct you to those that possibly would be able to help you without a cost or fee.

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Remote depositions via telephone....

Virginia Court Reporters Association

We have updated our stock of face masks at the VCRA store to now include three styles.

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Members can purchase face masks for ONLY $0.01 each, or include a donation with their purchase! Non-members can purchase masks for 12.95. Buy now at the VCRA Store!

States Take Emergency Action On Remote Notarization And Signers’ ID

Virginia already has electronic notarization laws and this article lists the states that have emergency orders in place to help keep your business moving forward. DEVELOPING STORY: In response to the coronavirus emergency, numerous states have put in place emergency measures to help Notaries to carry out their duties.

Answers To Urgent Questions Notaries Are Asking About Remote Online Notarization Many Notaries have contacted the NNA with urgent questions about performing remote online notarization. To help you, we’ve provided answers to some of these questions below.

States Take Emergency Action On Remote Notarization And Signers’ ID DEVELOPING STORY: In response to the coronavirus emergency, numerous states have put in place emergency measures to help Notaries to carry out their duties.

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Virginia Court Reporters Association

[03/24/20]   I'm an electronic notary and can swear witnesses in remotely.

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[03/13/20]   March 13, 2020

COVID-19 Update From Circuit Court of Fairfax County
The Chief Judge of Fairfax Circuit Court has announced the following modifications in the Court's docket as a temporary precaution in light of current events. These modifications are as follows:
Effective immediately, all civil trial juries will be suspended for at least the next month. If you currently have a civil jury trial scheduled between now and April 17, 2020, please contact Calendar Control at 703-246-2221 to reschedule the trial. The Circuit Court will continue to conduct civil bench trials during this period. Civil jury trials, with the agreement of all parties, may be converted at Calendar Control to a bench trial and heard during this time frame.

All other dockets - including Friday civil and criminal motions dockets - will continue as scheduled. However, liberal continuances will be granted on a case-by-case basis for both civil and criminal trials at Calendar Control.

If counsel or a party or a witness is ill, they should contact Calendar Control to reschedule their matter.

If you have been summoned for jury service, and are ill, please contact the Jury Management Office at 703-246-2292.
The Circuit Court is taking these measures in order to limit the number of people who must come to the Courthouse during this challenging time. As a precaution, the Court would recommend that you not come to the Courthouse unless circumstances require you to do so.

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National Court Reporters Association

A wonderful sentiment shared and explanation of how court stenographers get you what you need.

Thank you Rachel Maddow and Lawrence O'Donnell for recognizing the hard work court reporters do!

Virginia Court Reporters Association

Ever wonder how you’ll ever be ready to write a technical job with ease, without sweating bullets, without feeling like you want to throw in the towel at the end of the day? Bring your thinking cap and your machines and laptops, and let’s get down to business.

[01/16/20]   I am feeling the love today from my clients. Thank you!

Virginia Court Reporters Association

NCRA will be holding a FREE A to Z Intro to Steno Machine Shorthand program in Northern Virginia starting at the end of January. Spread the word!

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Happy 2020. May it be a Roaring '20s kind of year full of good health, happiness, and prosperity.

For this court reporter, self-care includes doing squats during breaks in testimony Taking Care: Healthy snacks and going on “pack walks” with her dog help her keep her body in shape and her mind focused.

Virginia Court Reporters Association

Hear all about the proposed court reporter legislative bill and see who won the Peloton bike.

Find the right turkey for Thanksgiving dinner, but don't let this be you trying to find a court reporter Monday morning. Be sure you're covered. Have a blessed and Happy Thanksgiving.

Virginia Court Reporters Association board discussing education, licensure, 2020 convention, pro bono, and mentorship, to name a few subjects.

VCRA Board hard at work today!

Don't forget to "fall" back your time on your shorthand machine by one hour.

It was good to spend time this evening with VA Delegate Jason Miyares, Senator Marco Rubio, and a few others in attendance about court reporting licensure.

EMPOWERMENT 2019: A conference for freelance court reporters REPORTER EMPOWERMENT is a conference where voices of experience share valuable institutional knowledge not just on writing tips, but negotiation skills, best work practices, including advice on how to deal with difficult, inappropriate, or unreasonable requests. It's a golden opportunity find great....

After decades of pushing bachelor’s degrees, U.S. needs more tradespeople

We need court reporters and you don't need a four-year degree. You can even try it out for free with NCRA's A to Z program before you invest time and money in an online school. As California budgets millions to rebrand long-disparaged vocational education, there are an estimated 30 million jobs in the U.S. that pay at least $55,000 per year and don’t require a bachelor’s degree.

National Court Reporters Association

The Virginia Court Reporters Association has announced a 2020 scholarship open to all court reporting students.

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