28 USC 753 records (court recordings and transcripts)

The law requires all court proceedings to be recorded. Court reporters are sometimes allowed charge for the act of transcribing those records, but not for the actual transcript (once created), nor for the original recordings. Court clerks are required to keep them for 10 years, freely available to the public. In practice, virtually none of these public records are actually available. This requests all such records.

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