Alexandria KY Court Reporters and Video Services
Northern Kentucky Court Reporters is the premier choice for Alexandria KY court reporters. We provide court reporters and video deposition services to Alexandria, Kentucky. Northern Kentucky Court Reporters has put together a balanced staff of experienced court reporters to serve Alexandria and Campbell County.
Our court reporters bring a new approach to court reporting in Alexandria. We guarantee that transcripts will be produced within seven business days, we offer the lowest rates in Northern Kentucky and we have a full-time staff of proofreaders review every transcript to ensure accuracy. Northern Kentucky Court Reporters is simply the best court reporting and legal video solution for Alexandria, KY.
Northern Kentucky Court Reporters has court reporters and legal video deposition services available in Alexandria, Kentucky. We will assist you by reserving conference rooms, court reporters and videographers in Alexandria, Kentucky. If you are having problems finding a court reporter in Alexandria or the surrounding Campbell County area, we can help. Our reporters are available 24 hours a day to work around your schedule. Moreover, we never charge travel fees because we are actually from Northern Kentucky.
As your choice for Alexandria court reporters, we strive to be a one-stop litigation support firm. We have in-house transcriptionists and proofreaders available for all of your transcription needs. We can quickly and accurately transcribe your dictation, hearings, pre-trial hearings, trials and police interviews at a fraction of the cost usually charged. Give us a try, you’ll be glad you did.
Campbell County Kentucky Judicial Information:
Campbell County Courthouse p: (859) 292-6314
330 York Street
Newport, KY 41071
Campbell County Family Court p: (859) 292-6717
330 York Street f: (859) 292-6641
Newport, KY 41071
Campbell County Legal Links:
Campbell County Attorney’s Office p: (859) 292-6490
Campbell County Master Commissioner p: (859) 441-2700
Campbell County PVA p: (859) 292-3871
Campbell County Sheriff’s Office p: (859) 292-3833
Campbell County Clerk’s Office p: (859) 292-3845
About Alexandria, Kentucky:
Our Northern Kentucky Court Reporters are fortunate to live and work in Alexandria, KY. If you are a local attorney then you already know about all that the city has to offer. If you are lucky enough to be visiting Alexandria for your next deposition, take some time and explore our community. If you have any questions, just ask our Alexandria KY court reporters after your deposition is over or give our scheduling manager a call.
Alexandria was first settled by Frank Spilman and his family in the 1790’s. The Spilman family was from Virginia, and they may have named the area after Alexandria, Virginia. The family had begun developing and selling lots in the settlement by 1819, the year the first post office was established. On February 22, 1834, Alexandria was formally established by an act of the state assembly.
When the Kentucky General Assembly formed Kenton County from part of Campbell County in 1840, they moved Campbell’s county seat from Newport to Alexandria, which was closer to the center of the redrawn county. The citizens of Alexandria quickly constructed a county courthouse but, because the majority of the county’s population lived in Newport, the move was not a popular one and it took a court order and a visit from the sheriff to get the county clerk to move.
In 1883, Newport successfully lobbied for its own Court House District, allowing it to retain a Court House Commission with taxing authority and various county offices in addition to those maintained at Alexandria. A new courthouse was established in Newport in 1884 and the county’s fiscal court and judicial offices operated out of this while other administrative offices remained in Alexandria. Nonetheless, the county was not dual seateduntil 2010.
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After Your Deposition, Try One Of The Restaurants Suggested By Our Northern Kentucky Court Reporters:
There are a lot of great restaurant options for before and after your deposition in Alexandria KY — try any one of the many restaurants or pubs in the area; experience the Spare Time Grill, which is like stepping back in time to a small town diner; enjoy authentic Cajun cuisine and seafood at the Knotty Pine on the Bayou Restaurant; for the best traditional home-cooked meal in the area try Traditions Family Restaurant. For a small town, Alexandria offers many unique dining options and our Alexandria KY court reporters can help you find the best match for you during your stay.
After A Long Deposition, You May Need a Drink (or dessert):
There are a lot of great bars and brew houses in Alexandria KY that offer a unique Alexandria experience. Knuck and Futz is a classic small town bar. It is smoky, serves cold beer and great wings. Your court reporter would not suggest it to earn points for being sophisticated. However, sometimes you need to watch some sports and unwind. This is the place for those times. Flintlocks at the Crossroads is small town tavern that does not have a lot of frills. It is a straight-forward bar with a pool playing crowd of locals. Again, it is a good spot to blow off steam after a hard day of depositions. Sharky’s Eats & Treats is the place to go if you prefer chocolate to beer after a long day. It’s sort of like a small town Dairy Queen but with a very unique atmosphere (try the blueberry ice cream).
After your next deposition in Alexandria go ahead and ask our court reporters for directions to local attractions. In the event that our court reporters’ encyclopedic knowledge of Alexandria KY is not enough, check out the visitor’s guide at the Northern Kentucky Convention Bureau.
Give us a call at 1-855-NKY-DEPO or fill out the relevant portions of the form below to schedule your next deposition:
Northern Kentucky Court Reporters – – Alexandria KY
7310 Turfway Road
Florence, KY 41042