when a witness uses speech that is "southernese" or anywhere-else-ese
I've read that you should go ahead and put the correct word, such as if they
say purt near (instead of pretty near) or rye-cheer (right here)
would you just put (sic) behind the word such as rye-cheer (sic) ........if so, if the transcript is full of these, you wouldn't sic the whole thing, would you?
some of these are pretty funny if you want to check out the link
I was a-grinnin; if''n; purt near; rye-cheer.