I had a hearing where a motion 35 was requested and denied. Can I get a copy of the transcript? I was nervous and would like read what was said. Is there usually a fee for this, and do I have to use my attorney?
If you are represented by an attorney in this matter, you should speak with your attorney about getting a transcript of the hearing. Transcripts are typically requested from, and produced by the court reporter present at the hearing. Most courts also make an audio recording of hearings. You can ask the court clerk, in the court administration office, for assistance in getting either the audio or written transcript. You may be required to submit a written request for what you want. There will be a fee associated with getting the transcript.
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