This Article explores the authority of superior courts to use electronic recording technology to make a verbatim record of superior court proceedings-without express statutory authorization-in the aftermath of the CCRA decisions. Rather than just arguing that the CCRA decisions were wrongly decided, this Article explores ways to narrowly construe the CCRA opinions to permit superior courts and their litigants to use rapidly evolving electronic recording technologies as an alternative to traditional stenographic court reporting.
Glenn S. Koppel,
A Tale of Two Counties: Divergent Responses in Los Angeles and Orange County Superior Courts to the Ban on Electronic Recording in California Court Reporters Ass'n v. Judicial Council,
San Diego L. Rev.
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