Northern Kentucky Court Reporters is the premier choice for Newport KY court reporters. We provide court reporters and legal video deposition services to Newport KY. Northern Kentucky Court Reporters has put together a balanced staff of experienced court reporters to serve Newport and Campbell County.
Our court reporters are bringing a fresh approach to court reporting in Newport. 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 Newport, KY.
Northern Kentucky Court Reporters has court reporters and legal video deposition services available in Newport, Kentucky. We will assist you by reserving conference rooms, court reporters and legal videographers in Newport, Kentucky. If you are having problems finding a court reporter in Newport or the surrounding Campbell County area, we have you covered. Of course, we never charge you travel fees because we are actually from Northern Kentucky.
As your choice for Newport 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.
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Our Northern Kentucky Court Reporters are fortunate to live and work in Newport, 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 Newport for your next deposition, take some time and explore our community. If you have any questions, just ask our Newport KY court reporters after your deposition is over or give our scheduling manager a call.
Newport was incorporated as a town in 1795 and received it a city charter in 1850. In 1866, the John A. Roebling Suspension Bridge became the first bridge to span the Ohio River and connected Newport to Cincinnati. Of course, the Roebling Bridge is the symbol of Northern Kentucky Court Reporters as it represents a unifying symbol which ties the community together.
Believe it or not, Newport KY was once known as “Sin City” due to the presence of numerous upscale casinos along Monmouth Street. Eventually, racketeering investigations pushed the casinos out and the area deteriorated into a red light district. This deterioration was capped by the explosion of an illegal fireworks factory in 1981 that damaged six city blocks.
While we would like to say that our Newport KY court reporters single handedly cleaned up the town, the reality is that all of Newport came together to develop the riverfront in a family friendly manner. In 1999, the $40-million Newport Aquarium opened and the Newport on the Levee entertainment complex expanded the next year. Newport has quickly developed into the entertainment center of Northern Kentucky. Our court reporters highly recommend the Levee area as a great place to relax after your deposition.
There are a lot of great restaurant options for before and after your deposition in Newport KY — try any one of the many restaurants or pubs in the area; experience the York Street Cafe, which has been voted as the best place for outdoor dining; enjoy spectacular waterfront dining at the Chart House Restaurant; for authentic Italian dining, you owe it to yourself to try Pompilios Restaurant. The bottom line is that there are many dining options available and our Newport KY court reporters can help you find the best match for you during your stay.
There are a lot of great bars and brew houses in Newport KY that offer a unique Newport experience. Hofbrauhaus is modeled after the legendary 400-year-old Hofbrauhaus beer hall in Munich, Germany. It is an authentic experience and claims to celebrate Oktoberfest every day of the year. Your court reporter is not going to wear Lederhosen so don’t ask. Bar Louie has the comfort of a corner tavern but with a great view of the Cincinnati skyline. The Beer Sellar is a floating sports bar on the river. It is not a high class establishment but it offers a great drink selection, allows you to smoke cigars and is literally floating on the river with a view of downtown. If this place does not take your mind off the deposition, not much will.
After your next deposition in Newport go ahead and ask our court reporters for directions to local attractions. After a long day of depositions you have earned a break.
In the event that our court reporters’ encyclopedic knowledge of Newport KY is not enough, check out the visitor’s guide at the Northern Kentucky Convention Bureau.