Kentucky Court Reporter Scopists 
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Billie Jacobs,  Florence, KY (Greater Cincinnati area). Phone:859-380-2208.  
Email:  Software:  CaseCAT 3 and 4, soon to be getting StenoCAT.  I am a notereader/scopist who is looking to build long-term business relationships with reporters who desire a partner with a superior work ethic. Also available for short-term and overflow work. I enjoy a challenge and will go the extra mile to ensure your satisfaction.  Worked in the legal field for over 14 years.   I'm ready to put my skills to work for you.  Looking forward to hearing from you.

Trisha Bayles, Franklin, Kentucky -
Equipment: Case CATalyst 3 and 4, Standard cassette transcriber
Description: Providing scoping and proofreading services using Case CATalyst versions 3 and 4. Available for long-term as well as overflow work.
Services Provided: Scoping and Proofreading

Vickie Cimprich, Mitchell, KY
Legal & publications proofreader for 17 years. Strong in med/tech depos and transcripts. Transcriber of two book-length mss; strong with regional, non-native and disabled speakers. Fast turnaround. Adobe PDF or Word.

Al Cantwell,
Louisville, KY 
Equipment: Case CATalyst 4v7
I believe a scopist is more than just a person who's good at grammar, spelling, punctuation, and a particular type of software. Journalists and secretaries know these things too, after all. A good scopist also has to understand what a court reporterís needs are. The word that best describes how I perceive my role is supporter: "a person who is actively interested in and wishes success for a particular [court reporter]" (apologies to Oxford).  Accurate editing. Competitive rates. Quick turnaround. Friendly service.