Hello everyone, I've had a few different occasions when I've been asked to mark the transcript at a certain place. Is there a standard format to include a blurb on the actual page and a standard way of including it in the INDEX page? I've had so many different suggestions and was wondering if there's a standard way of doing this.

Thank you in advance for any suggestions.

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Comment by Mirosalva on October 9, 2009 at 2:19
Jennie, thank you for the link. It's very helpful. The question was not certified. The attorney asked the question, the witness answered. And right before the attorney asked the next question, the Judge looked over at me and said, "Can you make a note. Can you mark the transcript." I went ahead and included the page and line number where the question began on my INDEX page. Thanks again:-)
Comment by Jennie Ann on October 8, 2009 at 4:48
Miros, I don't think there is a "standard" way of doing it. In fact, reading this forum, I am discovering that transcript format varies greatly, depending on who and where you work.

When you say "mark the transcript at a certain place," can you be a little more descriptive? Do you mean that a question was certified?

There is a great thread on the main part of this forum about how to index objections and lawyers instructing the witneses not to answer, which might be helpful. Here is the link: Thread Entitled "Instruction Not to Answer"

HTH a little bit. :-)

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