I learned how to proofread court transcripts from Proofread Anywhere, which involved proofreading over 3,000 pages of actual court transcripts. I pride myself on being very thorough, professional, and customer-service oriented. My corrections are easy to understand, and I answer all emails promptly.
I was taught according to Morson’s, and I use The Gregg Reference Manual and Bad Grammar/Good Punctuation by Margie Wakeman Wells as references when I proofread. I understand that court reporters can have preferences for punctuation and other transcript requirements for their agency or state. I have all new and potential clients fill out a preference sheet in order for me to know how I can best serve their proofreading needs.
I am also open to proofreading for anyone who is interested. Writers, bloggers, businesses, students, publications, and newspapers are more than welcome to contact me and see my FAQs for more information.
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