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If you are filing an appeal of your case, you may need a transcript of the hearing and not an audio copy. An audio copy is a sound recording that you listen to. A transcript is a written record of the hearing that you read. Transcripts are made by a professional transcriber who listens to the audio (sound) recording and types the spoken words into a written document.
If you are requesting a transcript for the purpose of filing an appeal on a case, call the court’s Transcript Coordinator at 503.846.8765. The Appeal should be filed with the Court of Appeals prior to requesting this official copy and transcript. The transcript will be done by a court approved transcriber.
If the transcript is needed for any other reason (it is not for the purpose of an appeal), you may take an audio recording of the hearing to a certified transcriber. Certified transcribers or court reporters may be located in the yellow pages of the phone book or by searching online.
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