Transcript Rate Schedule

MAXIMUM TRANSCRIPT RATES PER PAGE FOR ALL PARTIES

Original provided by Court ReporterOriginal provided by Transcriber (Taped Proceedings)First Copy to Each PartyEach Additional Copy to Same Party
Ordinary Transcript
A transcript to be delivered within thirty (30) calendar days after receipt of an order
$4.02$3.65$0.90$0.60
14-day Transcript
A Transcript to be delivered within fourteen (14) calendar days after receipt of order
$4.68$4.25$0.90$0.60
Expedited Transcript
A transcript to be delivered within seven (7) calendar days after receipt of an order
$5.34$4.85$0.90$0.60
Daily Transcript
A transcript to be delivered following adjournment and prior to the normal opening hour of the court on the following morning whether or not it actually is a court day
$6.66$6.05$1.20$0.90
Hourly Transcript
A transcript of proceedings ordered under unusual circumstances to be delivered within two (2) hours
$7.98$7.25$1.20$0.90
Realtime transcript
An unedited transcript produced by a certified realtime reporter as a byproduct of realtime to be delivered electronically during proceedings or immediately following adjournment.

NOTE: Litigants may order a certified transcript (original transcript), but are not required to do so. (effective January 1, 2012)
One Feed*, $3.05 per page; two-to-four feeds, $2.10 per page; five or more feeds, $1.50 per page.

*A realtime "feed" is the electronic data flow from the court reporter to the computer of each person or party ordering and receiving the realtime transcription in the courtroom.
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Transcript in CJA cases

In multi-defendant cases involving CJA defendants, no more than one transcript should be purchased from the court reporter on behalf of CJA DEFENDANTS. One of the appointed counsel or the clerk of court should arrange for the duplication, at commercially competitive rates, of enough copies of the transcript for each of the CJA defendants for whom a transcript has been approved. The cost of such duplication will be charged to the CJA appropriation. This policy would not preclude the furnishing of duplication services by the court reporter at the commercially competitive rate.