In this July 28, 2015 photo, McLean County court reporter Georgia Rollins sits with her reporting equipment at the Law and Justice Center in Bloomington, Ill. The field continues to reinvent itself as technology creates new ways to take and transcribe what occurs in court proceedings as well as other instances in which verbatim records must be kept
In this July 28, 2015 photo, McLean County court reporter Georgia Rollins sits with her reporting equipment at the Law and Justice Center in Bloomington, Ill. The field continues to reinvent itself as technology creates new ways to take and transcribe what occurs in court proceedings as well as other instances in which verbatim records must be kept Lori Ann Cook-Neisler The Pantagraph via Associated Press
In this July 28, 2015 photo, McLean County court reporter Georgia Rollins sits with her reporting equipment at the Law and Justice Center in Bloomington, Ill. The field continues to reinvent itself as technology creates new ways to take and transcribe what occurs in court proceedings as well as other instances in which verbatim records must be kept Lori Ann Cook-Neisler The Pantagraph via Associated Press

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