Monthly Archives: December 2013

Enabling Offline Dictation on MAC for Lawyers

Enabling Offline Dictation on MAC for Lawyers

Lawyers are always looking for innovative options to improve their efficiency, especially when it comes to time consuming non-core tasks like legal transcription. Advanced dictation software is proving a great advantage for these professionals, helping them to ensure accurate and timely documentation for memorandum letters, depositions, hearings, legal pleadings, reports, briefs, court proceedings, client letters, … Continue reading Enabling Offline Dictation on MAC for Lawyers

Tips to Enhance the Quality of Verbatim Transcription

A small error made in verbatim transcription can have a serious impact. For instance, in legal transcripts, nonverbal cues such as silences and body language as well as emotional sounds such as crying, coughs, and sighs should be incorporated into transcribed text as they can have implications for the case. Here are some tips to … Continue reading Tips to Enhance the Quality of Verbatim Transcription

Various Types of Wiretaps Used for Surveillance

Wiretapping is used by the police, intelligence agencies and other authorized and private investigation teams to listen in on and record telephone, telegraph, or teletype communications of crime suspects without being discovered. In most U.S., states, wiretapping or bugging is allowed only when a state judge has issued a warrant authorizing them. The recorded wiretapped … Continue reading Various Types of Wiretaps Used for Surveillance