Strike that. Keep it or delete it???

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Comment by Glen Warner on October 28, 2009 at 17:35
Comment by Jennie Ann on October 27, 2009 at 6:42
This is good advice to all newbies for sure.

Though I spent two long years of my life in court reporting school, they never told us about this.

One of the first transcripts I did was an NTSB hearing with an administrative law judge. The judge said to strike it, and I actually deleted the text from the transcript.

Fortunately for me, I had the fortitude to ask the folks in the office that morning if what I did was right. The copy room people immediately stopped the processing of my transcript, to allow me to fix it. Of course, this was no easy feat, since it was during the days of typewriters. It would have been an easy fix on a computer. LOL

Yeah, definitely keep that text in the transcript, every single word of it.

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