KMD Court Reporting Services

Karine Moore-Deysie, RPR
Phone: (480) 503-3236
Cell:(480) 203-9959
CCR #50293
RPR #41681

Professional Objective:
Expeditiously provide quality, comprehensive, and verbatim real-time transcripts of court trials, depositions, hearings, and other proceedings using industry standard compliant formats and rules at a value to my clients.

Summary of Qualifications:

Active Member of the ACRA and NCRA
Arizona Certified Court Reporter #50293

Arizona Registered Court Reporting Firm #1128
NCRA Registered Professional Reporter, RPR, #41681
Proficient in verbatim depositions of engineering, legal, and medical experts.
Expert in the creation of real-time verbatim transcription documents.
Expert in the administration, confidentiality and the handling of real-time verbatim transcript documents.
30+ years in the court reporting industry.
Court Reporters Board of California – Passed real-time verbatim certification. 240 words per minute (4) voices with 99.98% accuracy (2009).

Professional Experience:

KMD Reporting – Gilbert, Arizona – 1987 to Present

Independent freelance contractor to various court reporting firms.

Responsibilities include:
Capture real-time data for the purpose of producing certified verbatim transcripts for court, court filings, and other legal proceedings.
Interface with various judges, lawyers, and clients to develop a product on schedule.
Interface with various firms to facilitate verbatim and real-time transcription of depositions, court proceedings, and legal documents.
Manage the output of legal documents, such as affidavits and verbatim transcripts to various judges, lawyers, and firms.
Ensure professional and compliant handing of all documents including exhibits, pleadings, transcripts, and other legal forms.
Maintain files, records and confidentiality in compliance with industry standards, code, and law.
Maintain and support all pertinent stenographic, computer-aided transcription (CAT), personal computer technologies, and word processing hardware and software (needed for production).

United States Attorney’s Office – Phoenix, Arizona.

Grand Jury Court Reporter: 1990-2005

Responsibilities included:
Real-time verbatim court reporting for federal grand jury proceedings.
Produce and maintain daily records of the proceedings.
Maintained files, notes, tapes and records to facilitate later reference and use.
Responded to inquiries from court personnel and attorneys relative to criminal court proceedings.
Maintained confidentiality as required by federal statutes.
Continuing Education – Present
Approximately 10 (CEUs) per year to maintain certifications.
Graduated – Certificate of Completion – 1987
American Institute of Court Reporting, Phoenix, AZ.
4-year Technical Degree
Graduated – Bachelor of Science in Business Administration – 1983
Northern Arizona University, Flagstaff, AZ.
4-year Bachelor of Science Degree in Business Administration