§ 1-216. Preparation and delivery of bill of exceptions or transcription by another official court reporter.

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§ 1-216. Preparation and delivery of bill of exceptions or transcription by another official court reporter.

   (A) In the event a bill of exceptions or transcription of a trial or proceeding is required after the official court reporter who reported the same has voluntarily left his or her position; has been terminated; is temporarily ill, disabled, or incapacitated; or for any other reason is unable to prepare the bill of exceptions or transcription, such bill of exceptions or transcription shall be prepared by a reporter as assigned by the Nebraska Supreme Court in consultation with the judge and may be the official court reporter who prepared the record, the successor, or a substitute.

   (B) In cases where a bill of exceptions or transcription is prepared by an official court reporter who did not make the actual record in court, the certificate shall set forth that the bill of exceptions or transcription was prepared from the record made by the unavailable reporter, and that the bill of exceptions or transcription is full, true, and correct to the best of the preparing reporter's ability to compile such bill of exceptions or transcription.

Rule 15 renumbered to Rule 16 June 19, 1996. Renumbered and codified as § 1-216, effective July 18, 2008; § 1-216 renumbered to § 1-217 and amended June 9, 2010; § 1-217 renumbered to § 1-216 and amended June 16, 2021, effective January 1, 2022.