Ordering Transcripts & CDs

We accept certified checks, cashier’s checks, and money orders payable to the State of Florida.
We are unable to accept personal checks, cash, or credit cards as payment.
For written transcripts, a deposit of half is required in advance, with the balance due upon completion of your request.

Written Transcripts

To request a written transcript, please complete the Written Transcript Request Form, and press the “Submit” button.  Please note that for some web browsers, you may be required to save the form to your computer prior to submitting it.   If your email client does not attach the pdf after pressing the “Submit” button, please email the Request Form to Karen Wable (wablek@circuit8.org) and Brandi White (whiteb@circuit8.org).  After your request has been submitted, a court reporter will contact you to provide an estimate of cost and instructions for payment.

Costs for Transcripts

  • Research Fee: $30.00 per hour
  • $4.50 per page for 30-day delivery (once deposit has been received)
  • $6.75 per page for 1 week delivery (if available)
  • $9.00 per page for overnight delivery (if available)

Digital Recording/CDs

An attorney of record or party to a case may request a digital recording/CD by completing the Audio/Video CD Request Form and signing the attached Prohibition Against Dissemination.  Please note that for some web browsers, you may be required to save the form to your computer prior to submitting it.  If your email client does not attach the pdf after pressing the “Submit” button, please email the Request Form to Karen Wable (wablek@circuit8.org) and Brandi White (whiteb@circuit8.org).

Pursuant to Florida Supreme Court Administrative Order AOSC11-22, before any CD is released to a non-party, it shall be redacted (at the cost of $22.50 per hour) of any confidential material, as defined by applicable law.

Costs for Digital Recordings/CDs

  • Audio and video CDs, $35.00 (CD provided)
  • $22.50 per hour for review and redaction

Court Reporting Contacts

Questions regarding transcripts or audio/video CD requests should be directed to the Court Reporting Office as follows:

For additional information on the Court Reporting Program, please see Administrative Order No. 1.14.

Tips and Reminders for
Making an Audible Record

Instructional Video