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At the time of this writing, $1,800 per license.
Of course. What lawyers and courts will be paying for is the editing time only and an appearance fee for person monitoring the live session. But if prerecorded, and then the audio/video run through ASR AI, there would not be an appearance fee.
Inevitably as most will be retiring and no one to take their place.
No, and as a matter of fact, in Florida, many times the taking lawyer will put a HOLD on the transcript's production and try to negotiate to settle the case. With ASR AI, the parties will have access to the full interactive verifiable rough transcript with synchronized audio being in a much better position to effectively negotiate at a fraction of the cost.
The Supreme Court of Indiana, in fact, is the first state to boldly propose that there be a revision of its Court Rules of Trial Procedure, Rule 74(b) to "prohibit both pen and stenographic court reporting". They backed off but this is where the courts are headed in this direction such as California wants to now have all courts be recorded with digital audio in addition to the court reporter ... for now.
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