NEVADA RULES OF CIVIL PROCEDURE ADOPTED BY THE SUPREME COURT OF NEVADA
Amendments Through March 1, 2019
Rule 30. Depositions by Oral Examination
(b) Notice of the Deposition; Other Formal Requirements.
(3) Method of Recording.
(A) Method Stated in the Notice.
The party who notices the deposition must state in the notice the method for recording the testimony. Unless the court orders otherwise, testimony may be recorded by audio, audiovisual, or stenographic means.
What is a digital deposition?
Digital Depositions are an alternative to stenographic court reporting.
Testimony is recorded by a CER (Certified Electronic Recorder) who swears in the witness and officiates per NRCP Rule 28. (Persons Before Whom Depositions May Be Taken)
The "OFFICER" oversees the audio and visual recording using the exact sameJAVS software that the District Court has utilizes for over 15 yearsin its daily proceedings.
This recording, just like the courts recording, is then transcribed by a court reporter, or certified legal transcriptionist and presented to the ordering parties along with a SEALED ORIGINAL for the court.
We guarantee that your record will be 100% verifiable and complete. Our recording kits are built with over five levels of fail-safe redundancy and uploaded simultaneously during deposition to our server,which exceeds the highest standards in our industry and the courts. All hardware is connected to back-up battery power and fail-safe external hard-drive.
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.75 Per Page
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