Court reporters are specially trained professionals who type at least 225 words per minute to deliver an accurate record of the events in a business meeting, deposition, or other legal proceeding. While there are some places that have turned to digitized recording instead of relying on a court reporter, these digital recordings have drawbacks. A court reporter is in control of the transcript he is producing, and can ask anyone involved to repeat themselves. On the other hand, digital recorders may produce garbled results that leave gaps in the transcription. Court reporters can also read back the record immediately upon request, while it takes time for digital recordings to be transcribed into written records. Take a look at this infographic to learn more about the benefits of using a court reporter in San Jose instead of a digital recorder. Please share with your friends and colleagues.