Case CATalyst Scopists


Case CATalyst Scopists

Where scopists on CaseCAT can converge, talk about software issues, and maybe help each other find work!

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Welcome reporters and scopists alike! 6 Replies

Started by Daniele Self. Last reply by Dena Robertson May 18.

What makes for "rough" scoping? 4 Replies

Started by Chelsea Adams. Last reply by Chelsea Adams Oct 17, 2017.

Average page charge for rough draft

Started by Kerry F May 16, 2013.

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Comment by Vincent Prewitt 7 hours ago

My name is Vincent Prewitt, trained Case CATalyst scopist. I have an extensive amount of experience editing court transcripts, and I am a former transcriptionist. While I have been trained and tested on the principles of Morson's English Guide for Court Reporters, I will cater to your preferences should you have those.

Hard worker, very reliable
Attention to detail

To get started, I would need any and all files you use when you recorded the transcript (full audio, the actual sgngl file, dictionary files, globals, etc). My schedule is open and available to take work right now. Normal and expedite turnaround are being accepted at this time. References are available upon request. Please send an e-mail to for any questions you have about rates or other general questions about my work. I look forward to meeting your scoping or proofreading needs in the foreseeable future.

Comment by Jean-Marie A. Browne on June 25, 2018 at 0:05

I am a retired official court reporter now freelancing, and recently more into scoping using Case Catalyst. I reside in the Caribbean. I am available to scope, full audio only. I can be contacted at

Comment by Rose Clonch on May 30, 2018 at 6:53


Are you looking for a dependable and accurate CaseCat scopist?  Please e-mail me for turnaround and rates.

I look forward to hearing from you!


Comment by Valerie Shand on October 11, 2017 at 14:31
I'm a current court reporter, and I also scope and proof in CaseCATalyst. I live in Massachusetts, near Boston. I know how to meet deadlines, work well with others; and my word is my bond. Please email me at

Thanks and have a great day!
Comment by Valerie Shand on October 11, 2017 at 14:29
Hi, I'm a Case Catalyst scopist, and I'm accepting new clients. I've been in the field since 2000 and was a medical Secretary before that. If you'd like to discuss our potentially working together, please email me at best wishes.
Comment by Christy Heaney on May 21, 2016 at 6:35

Are you looking for a great Case Catalyst scopist or proofreader? I have years of experience with scoping and proofreading deposition transcripts, and I’m here to help you produce the best transcripts possible. For more detailed information, check out the About me section of Heaney Scoping Services’ Facebook page. Please e-mail me at with your questions. I look forward to hearing from you!

Comment by Danielle M. Starkweather on November 18, 2014 at 14:08
You are very welcome! Glad it was an easy fix. :)
Comment by Janiece Young on November 18, 2014 at 14:07

Danielle, that was the problem.  I need to have the pedal plugged in before I open the program.  Thanks a million!!!  What an easy fix.  I really like that program.

Comment by Janiece Young on November 18, 2014 at 13:55

Oh, maybe that was the problem.  I'll try that too.   Thanks again!!!

Comment by Danielle M. Starkweather on November 18, 2014 at 13:55
No problem, hope we get it figured out. Make sure that you plug the pedal in BEFORE you start FTR. Try closing and reopening after the pedal is plugged in. If you don't plug it in first, it won't register it.

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