Court reporters in San Jose undergo several years of training to achieve different levels of certification. This intensive work allows them to type more than 280 words per minute and capture every single word of any proceeding. From depositions to board meetings, court reporters create complete records and can even testify to the record’s accuracy and integrity. In many jurisdictions, court reporters bear most or all of the costs of their equipment. That means the most sophisticated voice-to-text technology can be available to the justice system at no extra expense for the court itself. This savings also transfers to law firms, attorneys, and businesses, who create transcripts of vital witness testimony and corporate meetings. These texts allow plaintiffs to build cases, ensure that litigants preserve their right to appeal and afford legal protections to companies. Court reporting agencies also offer document repository and production services so that no important document is ever lost or misplaced.