Wednesday, December 12, 2018


Transcript Orders and Fee Rates


Official transcripts of courtroom proceedings must be ordered from the Court Reporter. Instructions, forms and contact information are available from the Court Reporter website.

Copies of official transcripts already on file with the court are available through the Court Reporter or through the PACER Service Center and/or the Clerk's Office as provided in the Procedures Governing the Electronic Availability and Redaction of Transcripts.

The maximum transcript fee rates below are pursuant to Administrative Order 18-AO-014 and consistent with the rates approved by the Judicial Conference of the United States at its March 2018 session.

Maximum Transcript Rates Effective April 2, 2018 -- All parties; Per page Original First Copy to Each Party Each Additional Copy to the Same Party
Ordinary Transcript (30 Days)
A transcript to be delivered within thirty (30) calendar days after receipt of an order.
$3.65 $0.90 $0.60
14-Day Transcript
A transcript to be delivered within fourteen (14) calendar days after receipt of an order.
$4.25 $0.90 $0.60
Expedited Transcript (7 day)
A transcript to be delivered within seven (7) calendar days after receipt of an order.
$4.85 $0.90 $0.60
3-Day Transcript
A transcript to be delivered within three (3) calendar days after receipt of an order.
$5.45 $1.05 $0.75
Daily Transcript
A transcript to be delivered on the calendar day following receipt of the order (regardless of whether that calendar day is a weekend or holiday), prior to the normal opening hour of the clerk’s office.
$6.05 $1.20 $0.90
Hourly Transcript
A transcript of proceedings to be delivered within two (2) hours from receipt of the order.
$7.25 $1.20 $0.90
Realtime Transcript
A draft unedited transcript produced by a certified realtime reporter as a byproduct of realtime to be delivered electronically during proceedings or immediately following receipt of the order.
One feed1, $3.05 per page; two-to-four feeds, $2.10 per page; five or more feeds, $1.50 per page.

1A realtime "feed" is the electronic data flow from the court reporter to the computer of each person or party ordering and receiving the realtime transcription in the courtroom.