• Making Legal Videography Work for Your Case

    Used in combination with other court reporting and transcription services, legal videography can boost your case through more efficient preparation and easier presentations to the judge and jury. To use legal videography, talk to your court reporter from Talty Court Reporters in San Jose to find out how our experienced team of production specialists can help you.

    There are multiple ways you can use legal videography in your case. You can use videos of depositions to help you review testimony and plan how you will present your case in court. You can use clips of witnesses giving testimony during depositions that they later contradict in court. You can also use video to break down complicated concepts so that they will be easier for the judge and jury to understand. Some attorneys use legal videography to streamline the discovery process. Our production specialists can prepare and sync videos for your use, so you can slot them directly into your case

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