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A Written Transcript of non-confidential court proceedings can be requested
online, in-person, or by mail, phone, or fax. A Written Transcript is a word-for-word transcription of the audio recorded during a court proceeding. An audio recording will be needed for the transcriber. Written Transcripts are prepared by private transcribers and fees are paid directly to the transcriber.
To request an audio recording, refer to the
Audio Copy Requests page.
To request documents from a court case, refer to the
Case File Copies page, or
Juvenile Records Requests page for Juvenile cases.
Email Written Transcript Requests to: JacksonTranscript@ojd.state.or.us
In-person: Fill out the
Written Transcript Request Form and hand in at the Jury window on the 1st floor of the Justice Building.
Mail: Fill out the
Written Transcript Request Form. Click to download the form. Mail form to:Jackson County Circuit Court100 S. Oakdale Ave.Medford, OR 97501
Phone: Call in request to the Transcript Coordinator
541-776-7171 ext. 35052. When a request is called in a staff member will ask the questions listed on the request form.
Fax: Fill out the
Written Transcript Request Form and fax to the court at 541.776.7057.
After you submit your request, the Transcript Coordinator will provide you with a list of outside transcribers to contact for an estimate of cost and time to prepare the transcript.
The fees for transcripts are set by state law (ORS 21.345) at:
Audio Recording for Transcription
An audio recording will be necessary for transcription. Audio recordings are provided on compact disk (CD). See the
Audio Copy Requests page to request an audio recording.
All fees must be paid in full before audio recordings are produced. Payment of the fees can be made by cash, check, cashier check, money order, Visa, MasterCard, or Discover.
For payment of fees by phone, using a credit card, call the Audio Request unit at 541-776-7171 ext. 35024. You may also mail your check or money order with your request to:
Jackson County Circuit Court
100 S. Oakdale AvenueMedford, OR 97501-3127
The amount of time it takes for the transcriber to prepare your transcript depends on the length of the hearing or trial being transcribed and the current workload of the transcriber. Questions or concerns about the time it will take to prepare a transcript should be discussed with the assigned transcriber.
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