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Bryant Stingley, Inc. Certified Court Reporters and Legal Videographers offers Professional Court Reporting and Legal Videographers for McAllen, Harlingen, Brownsville, Edinburg, Rio Grande City, Weslaco, South Padre Island, Falfurrias, Raymondville, Hidalgo County, Cameron County, Starr County, Willacy County, and Brooks County in Texas.


COURT REPORTING

We strive to provide the highest level of accountability, quality and responsiveness to our clients. We achieve this by employing our reporters, rather than using independent contractors, as is the trend in our industry. We routinely review transcripts for quality assurance purposes and evaluate the number of days a job has been worked on post-deposition.

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LEGAL VIDEOGRAPHY

Our videographers are certified by the American Guild of Court Videographers (AGCV) as Deposition Video Specialists as well as Trial Technology Specialists. All have multiple years of experience and are well-versed in legal proceedings including videotaped depositions, trial presentation, web conferencing, inspection videos, day-in-the-life videos and Video-Elmo Depositions.

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INDUSTRY NEWS

The 2016 election: How the results will affect the profession

At long last, this election is over. The American people have cast their ballots, and perhaps the most unique and consequential presidential campaign in recent history has reached its conclusion. Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump has been elected as the 45th President of the United States. President-elect Trump will now prepare to govern with a... Read More

Hidalgo Co. Courtrooms Sees Shortage of Court Reporters

A shortage of court reporters across Texas is being felt in Rio Grande Valley’s courtrooms and could bring trials to a stall. Although some courtrooms have juries and others don’t, every courtroom must have a judge and a court reporter. Gabriela Silva is the court reporter for the 389th District Court. She said her job... Read More