(redirected from Court stenographer)
Also found in: Dictionary, Encyclopedia.
Graphic Thesaurus  🔍
Display ON
Animation ON
  • all
  • noun
  • adj

Synonyms for shorthand

a method of writing rapidly

written in abbreviated or symbolic form

Related Words

References in periodicals archive ?
Here he undoubtedly draws on his experience as a lawyer and court stenographer.
During the 1950s, Adelson became a court stenographer and served for two years in the army.
Harvey was born in Brooklyn, New York in 1939 where he worked as a court stenographer for 10 years and a salesman in a woman's shoestore until he got his big break in the Martin Scorsese film Mean Streets and also acted in Taxi Driver, but his career hit a lull in the '80s until Quentin Tarantino came calling with Reservoir Dogs in which he played Mr White, rocketing him back to the mainstream since when he has starred in Smoke with Kate Winslet while off-screen, following the end of an 11- year relationship with Lorraine Bracco, he met Daphne Kastner at the Toronto Film Festival on September 11 last year and married her in a secret ceremony in Israel three weeks later.
The high-tech LiveNote system sends instantaneous transcripts of court proceedings from the court stenographer direct to the laptop computers of lawyers, prosecutors, judges and other officials sitting in court.
Bradley testified later that he told Bradbury his remark was ``stupid'' and that he never intended it as a threat against Dorothea, a court stenographer.
She was a freelance court stenographer in Worcester.
I started court reporting as a court stenographer in 1979.
Gould began her 30-year career as a court stenographer in Connecticut.
The judge also denied a request for the media to have access to trial transcripts through the Internet as the record is recorded by a court stenographer.
She was a self-employed court stenographer and had been a resident of Newton, N.
According to Assistant Presiding Judge Robert Parkin, the prosecutor or the defendant's attorney is entitled by law in a criminal matter to have a court stenographer present during the trial.
Deb was a self employed Court Stenographer and has been a resident of Newton, NH for 13 years previously living in the Westborough area.
Previously she was a court stenographer and worked for Boston City Mayor Kevin White.
Another example is independent services providers (physical therapists, freelance court stenographers, etc.
Other cuts were found in the replacement of court stenographers with digital recording.