Here's How You Can Prevent Them.
Believe it or not, your court reporter wants to interrupt a deposition about as much as you want them to. That is, they'd rather not interrupt at all. Court reporters are the guardians of the record, however, a responsibility they take seriously. They are concentrating on every single word uttered by each participant in your deposition or hearing and will interrupt immediately if they aren't able to capture what is being said.
Clearly, when the court reporter speaks up it disrupts the flow of your questioning and could cause you to forget where you were headed. The reporter doesn't mean any harm by interrupting; they're just doing their job.
The most common reasons a court reporter will interrupt a deposition are:
At your next deposition, keep these tips in mind and you'll experience few, if any, interruptions.
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