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SOUND BYTES - Feb 2018

AAERT: A Monumental Celebration of 25 Years

by Michael Tannen, CSEP


RIDDLE: Where can you find steamers, quahogs, and bubblers down city? It's wicked small. Give up?


A fact: Summer officially begins on Thursday, June 21st this year. It is also National Selfie Day, World Handshake Day, and most importantly, the celebration of 25 years since AAERT was established. All these activities and more will be occurring in ...


The Nature of Words

by Laurel Stoddard, CET

We are a nation of immigrants. Aside from the words we learned from our cherished grandparents, why are some words pronounced one way or another?

AAERT 25th Annual Conference
Providence, RI
June 21-23, 2018

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in Providence, Rhode Island for our next conference.


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Civil Law vs. Criminal Law and Common Law vs. Statutory Law (Members Only)
Punctuation and Word Use for Legal Support Professionals™


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Second Winner of the $50 Membership Survey Amazon Gift Card

Congratulations to Holly Rydel Kelly winner of the $50 Amazon gift card for participating in the second of 3 Membership Surveys. Are you our next winner? You have to participate to be eligible.

Trends in Digital Recording: What's Here and What's to Come

Courts Today


The goal, says Fred Lederer, director of the Center for Legal and Court Technology (CLCT), is to have “a 100 percent accurate text manuscript.” The reason is usually that the court cares about the transcript for appellate reasons—though not everyone appeals. If a court uses only digital recording, it is inexpensive.

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New York State Senate Bill #6763
AN ACT to amend the criminal procedure law, in relation to perfecting appeals from local criminal courts based on mechanical or electronic recordings.

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