2014 Firm Assignments.pdf

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    2014 Court Reporting Assignments

    Circuit Criminal Divisions

    Division Judge(s) Courtroom

    Court Reporting Firm

    1 Luck 3-3

    Goldman Naccarato

    2 Gordo 2-7

    Laws Group 3 Lobree 7-2

    Apex Reporting

    4 Hendon 4-8

    Downtown Reporting

    5 Verde 3-4

    Downtown Reporting

    6 Ruiz-Cohen 2-4

    Goldman, Naccarato

    7

    Miranda 6-1

    Apex Reporting

    8 Thomas 4-2

    Downtown Reporting

    9 Smith 7-3

    Downtown Reporting

    10 Brennan 2-10

    Downtown Reporting

    11 Venzer 6-4

    Apex Reporting

    12 Glick, S. 2-1

    Veritext

    13 Pooler 3-1

    Apex Reporting

    14 Hirsch 2-5

    Downtown Reporting

    15 De La O 4-5

    Apex Reporting

    16 Miller 4-7

    Goldman Naccarato

    17 Murphy 2-2

    Apex Reporting

    18 Sanchez-Llorens 6-2

    Apex Reporting

    19 Rebull 4-3

    Goldman, Naccarato

    20 Fajardo 2-8

    Downtown Reporting

    21 Colodny 2-3

    Apex Reporting

    51 Cohen 4-4

    Laws Group

    ROC Court 70 Rodriquez-Chomat 3-2

    Veritext

    71 Tunis 6-3

    Veritext

    Back up judges

    60 Tinkler-Mendez 4-6

    Apex Reporting

    61 Sayfie 4-1

    Goldman, Naccarato

    62 Fernandez 7-4

    Goldman, Naccarato

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    County Criminal Divisions

    Division Judge(s)

    Court Reporting

    Firm

    A-M004 Hague

    Absolute Video

    B-M005 Krieger-Martin

    Har-Mel Reporting

    C-M008 Ortiz

    Har-Mel Reporting

    D-M006 Denaro

    Absolute Video

    E-M007 Altfield

    Absolute Video

    F-M001 Wolfson A.

    Har-Mel Reporting

    G-M003 Seraphin

    Absolute Video

    H-M002 Newman

    Absolute Video

    Jail Francis

    Har-Mel Reporting

    Jail Faber

    Har-Mel Reporting

    5-5-B202 Slom

    Har-Mel Reporting

    Leifman

    Har-Mel Reporting

    Branch Courts

    Coral Gables

    Har-Mel Reporting

    Miami Beach

    Har-Mel Reporting

    North Dade

    Har-Mel Reporting

    South Dade

    Absolute Video

    Hialeah

    Har-Mel Reporting

    Miscellaneous Hearings

    Baker Act

    Apex Reporting

    Grand Jury

    Dania Alen

    Domestic Violence - Absolute Video

    Jail Division of County Court Criminal Division - Har-Mel Reporting

    Drug Court Laws Reporting

    Child Support Enforcement Apex Reporting

    Juvenile Division Absolute Video

    Back-up TPR - Digital Court Reporting Services

    Unified Family Court Digital Court Reporting Services

    Felony Bond Hearings AOC Video Services

    Misdemeanor Bond Hearings AOC Video Services

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    General Magistrates Per Administrative Order 95-28, Chief Judge Joseph Farina ordered that all family law proceedings before General

    Magistrates and/or Support Enforcement Hearing Officers shall be electronically reported with equipment provided by the

    AOC. The State pays for the CDs, the cost of a transcript is paid for by the parties.

    Americans With Disabilities Act (ADA) The Office of the State Courts of Florida has established a written policy that requires the judicial circuits ensure that real-

    time transcription used in court proceedings be accurate to ensure effective participation by a party, witness, attorney,

    judicial employee, judge, or juror who is deaf or hard of hearing. The policy states that in order to ensure complete

    accuracy of real-time transcription judicial circuits must comply with the minimum guidelines as set forth in the policy.

    Any court reporting firm contracted with the circuit can assist the AOC with real-time transcription.

    State Attorneys Office (SAO) The SAO has three (3) in-house court reporters on staff for cases not filed (under investigation). Court reporting firms are

    responsible for covering depositions scheduled by the SAO that stem from divisions assigned to the firm.

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