Pursuant to W.S. 5-3-401 et. seq., each judge of the district court is required to employ a court reporter. The court reporter serves as the official court recorder for all proceedings in the judge’s courtroom which are required by law to be recorded. Court reporters prepare verbatim records of court proceedings in criminal, civil, juvenile, probate, and other cases. Those records are transcribed into accurate transcripts for use by the court or attorneys in further court proceedings such as appeals.
Pursuant to Rule 908(II) of the Uniform Rules for District Courts, all official court reporters are required to be certified and obtain continuing education credits. Current court reporters can report their CEUs here: Court Reporter Continuing Education Unit Credit Request.
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