Blake P. Kavanagh
Official Court Reporters and Transcripts
. Superior Courts of Delaware.
he cost of a transcript is based on a per-page rate, which is $3.00 for an original and one copy and $2.00 for one copy for normal delivery; $5.00 for an original and one copy and $3.00 for one copy for expedited delivery; and $6.50 for an original and one copy and $4.00 for one copy for daily, or overnight, delivery. (updated 7/8/09)
(1) The circuit court reporters or recorders are entitled to demand and receive per page for a transcript ordered by any person the sum of $1.75 per original page and 30 cents per page for each copy, unless a lower rate is agreed upon. For a transcript ordered by the circuit judge, reporters or recorders are entitled to receive from the county the same compensation. The supreme court, by administrative order or court rule, may authorize the payment to circuit court reporters or recorders the sum of $3.00 per original page and 50 cents per page for each copy for transcripts ordered and timely filed as part of a program of differentiated case management for appeals of civil cases in which the circuit court either grants or denies summary disposition. If a transcript ordered under a program of differentiated case management is not timely filed, the circuit court reporter or recorder is not entitled to receive the increased rate for that transcript. See statute for full text. (updated 7/8/09)
486.06. Charge for Transcripts
. Minnesota Statutes (2011).
In addition to the salary set in section
, the court reporter may charge for a transcript of a record ordered by any person other than the judge 50 cents per original folio thereof and ten cents per folio for each manifold or other copy thereof when so ordered that it can be made with the original transcript. The chief judge of the judicial district may by order establish new transcript fee ceilings annually.
A court reporter may impose a fee authorized under this section only if the transcript is delivered to the person who ordered it within a reasonable time after it was ordered.See statute for full text. Note: a folio equals 100 words as defined by Minnesota Statute 645.44 subd. 4.(updated 7/08/09)
NRS 3.370. Official Reporter: Compensation. Nevada Revised Statutes (2007).(c) For transcription:(1) Except as otherwise provided in subparagraph (2), for the original draft and any copy to be delivered:(I) Within 24 hours after it is requested, $7.50 per page for the original draft and one copy, and $2 per page for each additional copy;(II) Within 48 hours after it is requested, $5.62 per page for the original draft and one copy, and $1.50 per page for each additional copy;(III) Within 4 days after it is requested, $4.68 per page for the original draft and one copy, and $1.25 per page for each additional copy; or (IV) More than 4 days after it is requested, $3.55 per page for the original draft and one copy, and 55 cents per page for each additional copy.(2) For civil litigants who are ordering the original draft and are represented by a nonprofit legal corporation or a program for pro bono legal assistance, for the original draft and any copy to be delivered:(I) Within 24 hours after it is requested, $5.50 per page and $1.10 per page for each additional copy;(II) Within 48 hours after it is requested, $4.13 per page and 83 cents per page for each additional copy;(III) Within 4 days after it is requested, $3.44 per page and 69 cents per page for each additional copy; or(IV) More than 4 days after it is requested, $2.75 per page and 55 cents per page for each additional copy.(3) For any party other than the party ordering the original draft, for the copy of the draft to be delivered:(I) Within 24 hours after it is requested, $1.10 per page;(II) Within 48 hours after it is requested, 83 cents per page;(III) Within 4 days after it is requested, 69 cents per page; or(IV) More than 4 days after it is requested, 55 cents per page.See statute for full text.(updated 7/08/09)
Unless ordered by the court to be supplied to an indigent or an indigent's counsel and paid out of the county treasury where court was held, a fee shall be charged to the person ordering a typewritten transcript by filing of an order for transcript on appeal of a proceeding taken by an officer of the court, which shall be certified to be a correct transcript of the reporter's notes of the evidence, at the rate of three dollars per page for the original. The fee for a copy, furnished on request, is forty cents per page, to be paid to the officer of the court who prepared the transcript. (updated 7/8/09)
78A-2-408. Transcripts and copies -- Fees.
(1) The Judicial Council shall by rule provide for a standard page format for transcripts of court hearings.
(2) (a) The fee for a transcript of a court session, or any part of a court session, shall be $4.50 per page, which includes the initial preparation of the transcript and one certified copy. The preparer shall deposit the original text file and printed transcript with the clerk of the court and provide the person requesting the transcript with the certified copy. The cost of additional copies shall be as provided in Subsection 78A-2-301(1). The transcript for an appeal shall be prepared within one business day of the request shall be double the base rate.
(b) When a tranbscript is ordered by the court, the fees shall be paid by the parties to the action in equal proportion or nas ordered by the court. The fee for a transcript in a criminal case in which the defendent is found to be impecunious shall be paid pursuant to Section 77-32-305.
(3) The fee for the preparation of a transcript of a court hearing by an official court transcriber and the fee for the preparation of the transcript by a certified court reporter of a hearing before any court, referee, master, board, or commission of this state shall be as provided in Subsection (2)(a), and shall be payable to the person preparing the transcript. Payment for a transcript under this section is the responsibility of the party requesting the transcript.
Amended by Chapter 48, 2014 General Session
(d) For purposes of this section, a page other than the final page of a transcript shall consist of any 25 or more consecutive typewritten lines, double−spaced, on paper not less than 8 1/2 inches in width, with a margin of not more than 1 1/2 inches on the left and five−eighths of an inch on the right, exclusive of lines disclosing page numbering; type shall be standard pica with 10 letters to the inch. Questions and answers shall each begin a new line. Indentations for speakers or paragraphs shall be not more than 15 spaces from the left margin.(updated 7/8/09)