Northern Kentucky Court Reporters has in-house staff of legal videographers and legal video deposition specialists. We offer both digital video cameras and traditional Mini DV cameras. Our experience has been that some attorneys prefer the extra security of having a tangible tape backing-up their recording. Regardless, our professional videographers capture high quality video that will make a great impression at trial.
We understand that you plan to use your video at a trial, mediation and/or arbitration. Every legal videographer knows to focus on the video image and ensure that the recording complies with Rule 98 of the Kentucky Rules of Civil Procedure. However, some people do not realize that your legal videographer also needs to have a focus on capturing the audio. A video recording of a deponent whose voice is garbled or drowned out by an air conditioner is virtually worthless. That is why all of videographers wear headphones throughout your deposition to ensure the sounds feeds on the mics are crisp and clear. When you choose Northern Kentucky Court Reporters, you can be sure that your video deposition will make a great impression when played at trial.
All of our legal videographers are in-house employees so that you can be assured of consistent formats and quality. Many court reporters farm out their legal video work to a variety of videographers. When you schedule Northern Kentucky Court Reporters, you will know your video deposition will always be formatted the same regardless of whether your deposition is in Florence, Covington, Ft. Mitchell, Ft. Wright, Erlanger, Independence or any other part of North Kentucky.
Recently, a mistrial was ordered on one of the last days of a two-week long medical malpractice trial. The mistrial was caused by a video that had not been edited properly and referenced the defendant’s insurance. At Northern Kentucky Court Reporters, we ensure that all of our DVD labels read as either “unedited” or “trial ready” so that you never play the wrong video at trial. Moreover, our production department will edit videos according to your instructions at no additional cost. In other words, our videographers are with you all the way to trial.
Video-to-text synchronization is a service we offer through the use of West Law’s Publisher software. This allows our in-house legal video staff to synchronize the text of your deposition with the video. Synchronized videos are a powerful tool at trial, mediation and arbitrations. It will allow the jury or judge to simultaneously see and hear the witness’ testimony. This combination of sound, pictures and text can amplify the power of the testimony.
Northern Kentucky Court Reporters
7310 Turfway Road
Florence, KY 41042