CART Captioning

Finding a CART captioning professional who is accustomed to transcribing conversations under a legal setting can be incredibly challenging. Meeting the needs of people who have difficulty hearing is something that eCourt Reporters takes seriously, which is why we are here to match you with a court reporter who has these capabilities.’

Why CART Captioning?

CART captioning allows those who are deaf or hard of hearing to read what is being said as it is happening, typically while watching the reporter’s screen. Besides being used in a courtroom, it is also commonly used in doctor’s offices, and for students to read what is being said in a lecture.

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