Trials: court reporter fell asleep

My goodness.

New Trial Ordered After Court Reporter Fell Asleep

Jason Grant, New York Law Journal

 

A retrial must be held in a personal injury case because transcript “inadequacies,” created by a court reporter who fell asleep during trial and later died, prevented a judge from properly considering a motion to set aside the verdict, a state appeals court has ruled.

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