Shorthand article

I'm not sure if this has already been posted (it's from 2004), but I came across it while browsing Google for "shorthand" pictures.

http://www.reviewjournal.com/lvrj_home/2001/Jun-04-Mon-2001/news/16081869.html

It's interesting :) The two pictures on the right look broken, but if you click them, they come up. I can't make out much in the top picture except "my plaintiff" and "bail".

One thing I've always wondered is how you mark who's saying what when you're taking business minutes or court dictation... anyone care to enlighten me? :)




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