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    when a courtroom recorder uses a cone shaped device to record testimony,how does that work?Are they speaking code into the funnel,repeating word for word ?

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    The cone shaped device is attached to a microphone which is then attached to a recorder. The court recorder is saying what is being said by the judge, the lawyers or the people giving testimony on the stand. This will then be transcribed into a typewritten document that is the permanent record of what went on during the entire trial.


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