Board of Court Reporting

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The Board process applications, administer examinations, and when necessary, may discipline, suspend, or revoke the certificates of court reporters for professional misconduct.

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FAQ's

How do I obtain an Emergency Judicial Permit?

 You can obtain an emergency judicial permit for one year by having a judge sponsor you. You may download the form HERE

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Georgia Courts Registrar

All court reporting license and firm late renewals for 2014 must be submitted through the Georgia Courts Registrar (GCR) at https://gcr.onegovcloud.com. Click on “Read more” for a few steps to help you with the process.

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Latest News

The Judicial Council adopts Court Reporting Policies, Fee Schedule
The Judicial Council of Georgia adopted an update to the Official Court Reporters’ Fee Schedule, which prescribes rates payable to non-salaried court reporters for court attendance, specialized services, and transcript production. The Council’s action concludes a three-year effort to detail guidelines and best practices to assist judges and county governing authorities to accurately and cost effectively preserve records of court proceedings.

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Approaching deadline for Continuing Education (CE) requirements and late renewals
The Board of Court Reporting require court reporters to complete ten (10) hours of CE training by December 31 each year. Any persons that fail to meet the training shall be subject to automatic suspension effective January 1, 2015. You may click here for information to Request CE credit hours.

Late court reporting renewals or firm registrations for 2014 must be completed through the Georgia Courts Registrar (GCR) at https://gcr.onegovcloud.com by December 31. Failure to comply by the deadline may result in automatic revocation of the court reporting license.