Effective June 1, 2012 – Alameda County Superior Court No Longer Provides Court Reporters

Effective June 1, 2012, the court will not provide a court reporter for law and motion hearings, or any other hearing or trial, in civil and probate departments.

Parties may arrange and pay for the attendance of a certified shorthand reporter.

Amended Local Rule 3.95 states:

Except as otherwise required by law, in general civil case and probate departments, the services of an official court reporter are not normally available. For civil trials, each party must serve and file a statement before the trial date indicating whether the party requests the presence of an official court reporter.

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