" I don't know if they will be able to, but I certainly can. Years ago in court I read a gentleman's lips after asking him to move that straw-shaped apparatus from his mouth and repeated what he said to court and counsel…"
I noticed this morning there was a request for a reporter who had to have a security clearance to be able to take a depo in a prison. This reminded me of a reporter who arrived early at the prison to do just that many years ago. She was wearing a blue pantsuit. The personnel would not let her in because she was wearing blue and only the inmates could wear blue.She noticed a Thrift Shop across the street, went in and purchased a "new" outfit.Then she met the attorney in the parking lot and…See More
"The Tutto facility is in South San Francisco, so I just drive over there and have them fix the wheels for me. I've been there twice - once to buy a Tutto bag and another time to fix the wheels. Nice to live close."
"Kelli, thanks again for the info re Tutto. I just wanted to tell you that I have had their Office on Wheels for years and loved it, but periodically the wheels start going wildly in different directions. I finally found documents from…"
"Hi, I noticed that an agency requested someone who could "write" Spanish. When I worked in court, the understanding was that English was the official language only. It seems to me that one is on shaky ground if one claims to…"
"I am finally responding. Well, as you see, fewer reporters are working in the court system. My suggestion is if and when they afford the opportunity to work in court, drop everything and do it. Don't wait until you are old and…"
The Tutto facility is in South San Francisco, so I just drive over there and have them fix the wheels for me. I've been there twice - once to buy a Tutto bag and another time to fix the wheels. Nice to live close.
Wow! What an extended list of experience you've had working in the LA Muni and Superior Courts! I'm in LA myself. May I ask why you chose to no longer do Official Court work and are now branching into freelance? Is it because of the flexible schedule?
I'd love to know your answer. Don't know what I'd like to do once I get out of CR school. My thoughts currently is this: Do freelance work, and then when I'm nearing my retirement age, do Court work so I can retire with their full benefits. What do you think of that?
Any thoughts from you is so much appreciated! Thanks so much! And have a HAPPY HAPPY BIRTHDAY!!! :D