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Marion Circuit and Superior Courts Launch TheRecordXchange - Appellate Practice News

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Posted on: Mar 29, 2016

Please note that the Marion Circuit and Superior Courts have now postponed the full launch of TheRecordXChange at this time.  Please look for additional information here once the court is ready to go full live for all orders.  The court apologizes for any confusion this delay has caused.  Please contact Leigh Carpenter from the Marion Superior Court Administration at leigh.carpenter@indy.gov if you have any questions about the process.

A new web-based transcript ordering and production management platform, TheRecordXchange, has been launched as of March 28 for all transcript orders in the Marion Circuit and Superior Courts. The service allows private attorneys and government entities including prosecutors and public defenders to manage the transcript ordering process through a secure, cloud based web portal.

While the court reporting industry is changing rapidly, an accurate and timely certified transcript is still a crucial part of the legal process. Courts of appeal and trial court administration commonly lack visibility into the court reporting and transcription process and are challenged to support those responsible for producing the official record. TheRecordXchange captures all data related to transcript orders and provides detailed reports to administration so that they can, for the first time, truly manage the process and support those individuals responsible for producing a timely and accurate court record.

“TheRecordXchange has provided us the information we need, as Court Administration, to manage a complex process and support our official court reporters,” said Emily VanOsdol, Court Administrator for the Marion Superior Court. “Our official court reporters are faced with upcoming rule changes that will reduce the time allowed to produce appellate transcripts. TheRecordXchange can provide them the tools they need to meet the new requirements.”

TheRecordXchange offers significant benefits to transcript consumers including public and private attorneys, judges and pro se litigants. Consumers can place orders for both appeal and non-appeal transcripts through a secure online form here, make any required payments via the site’s e-commerce solution, track the progress of transcript requests and download electronic copies of the completed transcripts.

Portal Features:

  • Accessible from any PC, tablet or phone
  • Available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week
  • No software to install
  • Secure login credentials
  • Payment/deposit information and history
  • Keep track of transcript due dates
  • Monitor the status of transcript production
  • Communicate with court staff/reporter via built in messaging
  • Maintains history of all communications
  • Automatic e-mail and system notifications of messages and order status changes
  • Secure access to completed transcripts
  • On-screen and pdf version of transcript cost estimate
  • Repository of previously ordered transcripts
  • Credit card payment of any necessary deposits or invoices

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