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To listen to the audio recording, you will need a personal computer with a sound card and speakers. In addition, a software application called The Record Player must be installed on the computer. This software is free and can be downloaded by clicking on the "The Record Player" button below. Please click here to review the FTR Player Instructions.
Please allow at least 10 business days after receipt of your request for your request to be completed.
You may submit your request by:
The cost for the FTR recording varies as follows:
Please include applicable postage if you are requesting that the digital recording be returned to you in the mail. Payment must be made in full prior to the Court processing your FTR request. You may pay as follows:
If you need a written transcript of an FTR recording, you can take your recording to a certified transcriber. You should be able to find a list of transcribers or court reporters in the yellow pages of the phone book or on-line.
Call the Courts FTR helpline at 503.722.2719.
Audio recordings (also referred to as FTR Recordings) are available electronically, on a CD, or in another format as arranged with the court.
State law restricts who may receive audio copies of hearings and trials for some case types such as juvenile cases. If you are requesting an audio recording of a juvenile court proceeding, please use the “Request for Copy of FTR Recording – Juvenile Court Proceeding” form.
There is a cost for each of these options, as noted in the request forms below. Please submit your request in writing either by letter or using the "Request for Copies of Court Proceedings" form or the "Request for a Copy of FTR Recording - Juvenile Court Proceedings" form, both of which are located below.
Your request must contain the following information:
Indicate whether we should call you for pick up when ready, mail, or send electronically to you.
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