Request for a Typed Transcript or Digital Recording of a Trial or Proceeding - County Court

Request for a Typed Transcript or Digital Recording of a Trial or Proceeding - County Court

Information regarding requesting a typed transcript from the County Court (Full or Partial):

A form is available to request a typed transcript of all or part of a trial or proceeding. The form must be complete for the court clerk to process your request as quickly as possible. All of the information needed can be found in the court case file.

A court proceeding that has been placed upon the record can be transcribed and provided:

            a.  Upon the request of counsel or any party to a suit.

            b.  Upon request of any person not a party to a suit, IF approved by the trial judge.

The court will provide an estimate of the cost for the transcript based on the per-page amounts specified in Ne. Ct. Rule § 1-219.  An additional charge may be required when there is a rush order for the transcript.

The estimated amount shall be paid to the court before the preparation of the transcript begins.

Use the form, CC 1:14, Request for a Typewritten Transcription of a Trial or Proceeding in County Court.

Information regarding requesting a digital audio record from the County Court (Full or Partial):

A form is available to request a digital audio record of a trial or proceeding, or any part of a trial or proceeding. The form must be complete for the court clerk to process your request as quickly as possible. All of the information needed can be found in the court case file.

Any person may request a copy of the audio record of a court proceeding, when available, except for “restricted hearings” for which access may be limited.  For a definition of what a restricted hearing is, you may see Ne. Ct. Rule § 6-1405(D) .

The cost of the copy is $10 for the first hearing that will fit on one CD. There is an additional charge of $5 for each additional hearing on a CD and a charge of $5 for each additional CD required.

A digital audio record is NOT the official court record.

Use the form, Appendix 9, Request Form for Copy of Digital Audio Recording (County Court Only) .