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A transcript is an official copy of what took place in court during a trial or other legal hearing. Most hearings in the Circuit Court are audio recorded, and may later be “transcribed” to a written document, especially if a case is appealed. The recordings of some case types, such as adoptions or juvenile hearings, may not be public records.
Audio recordings of public court hearings held in the Umatilla or Morrow County Circuit Courts are available for a fee. Written transcripts are not normally part of Circuit Court case files. If you would like a written transcript, you may obtain an audio recording of the proceeding, and then have it transcribed at your own expense. Requests for audio recordings may take 2 – 4 weeks to process and are handled on a first come, first serve basis. Please see the Records Request page for more information.
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