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Does poor court record with no reporter present deprive affected party of due process and meaningful access to court ?

Twin Lake, MI |

Regardless if defendant did or did not request reporter and no verbatim record of proceeding exists does this fact show deprivation of due process and meaningful access to courts ? No record exists for appeal or new trial because specific facts of defendants verbal motion citing fraud by plaintiff is available.

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what court? Court of record or not court of record? Is appeal de novo?

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You don't have to request a reporter. All proceedings in court are recorded. There is no "reporter" over in the corner typing anymore. The proceedings are audio recorded and then transcribed at a later date if ordered by one of the parties.

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Thank you, if this is true then concerning the 63-2 District Court in Kent County Michigan I have a very interesting situation as this wasn't made clear early on. You've made me very optomistic about something have a good day.

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You should have addressed this issue WHEN
you were in court. Simply ask the judge . . .
is this being recorded or not? Ask why not?
Present your question to the judge.

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