What Every Court Reporter Should Know About Sending In Exhibits

A few key things to remember when sending in exhibits:
Please make sure you include any notes that will be important for our benefit.  For example: double sided pages, color pages, over-sized plans, et cetera.

Tell Us About Any Exhibits That Require Our Immediate Attention
We have received exhibits that needed to be copied and sent out to either an attorney or the witness. Be clear to explain what needs to be done with certain exhibit(s).

(Original Exhibit 3 needs to be sent to Witness Jones at the following address...; keep copy for original transcript)

Make Sure Exhibits Are Marked
Please make sure that the exhibits have been marked. If the exhibits are considered to be un-marked please let us know that as well.

Specify The Deponent & Job number
Please also make sure you include a note or your job sheet to let us know who the exhibits belong to or our TO&A job number so we can enter them onto our system.

When Uploading Exhibits...
If you are uploading exhibits through our website, please do not forget to send in the original exhibits that need to be placed into the original transcript. We understand that in some circumstances the original exhibits don't have to be attached to the original.  Please let us know on your worksheet about any special requests.

When Mailing in Exhibits...
You can use any service you would like. But if you have any difficulties give us a call and we would gladly assist you in any way that we can.

Our mailing address is: 
Todd Olivas & Associates
41690 Enterprise Circle North, Suite 200CC
Temecula, Ca 92590

Monday, December 13, 2010

Todd Olivas

Todd Olivas is a court reporter and entrepreneur.
He founded TO&A in 2003.

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