Phoenix Video Court Reporters

Phoenix Video Court ReportersVideography Services for Depositions and Trials

A video is now critical to a trial, especially when some parties are unable to attend a deposition or proceeding. A video recording of a deposition or witness testimony lends a visual aspect to your case. Video testimonies allow the judge, jury, and other parties involved to see the demeanor, inflection, and body language of a deponent.

We can help you add the power and convenience of a video testimony to your case.

Phoenix Deposition Services provides affordable video deposition services, with experienced video court reporters in Phoenix and state-of-the-art equipment.

Our decades of experience and advanced equipment also allow us to provide video synchronization, letting you discover key information in a deponent’s testimony without having to take down notes.

Capturing the Jury’s Attention with Video

Written testimony can convey a lot of critical witness details, but you can amplify its effect with video. It can hold a jury’s attention longer and highlight minute aspects of the testimony, including the witness’s body language, demeanor, inflection, and intonation.

Our affordable video deposition services include technical support and related services, as well as a polished transcript of the recording. This gives you the ability to search a transcript for keywords easily, so you can jump to certain parts of the testimony and make notes or annotations. We can time-stamp the transcript and synchronize it with the video. This way you can view both the video and the transcript or show it to members of your team.

Full Video Deposition Preparation

A professional videographer will be at the site an hour before you arrive to prepare the recording equipment. We will set up lighting and background, as well as optimize the sound and acoustics in the area. There are also individual microphones for each participant for complete video and audio capture.

Our video deposition services are compliant with federal and state civil procedure. Furthermore, we will archive the digital master tape for up to 10 years. In case you need the video testimony at any period within the next decade, we can supply you with a full copy.

Upon request, we can also shoot and deliver the video deposition in several formats.

Call or fax us your details on our toll-free number today and move forward with your case.