The original transcript of all other testimony and proceedings upon order of the court shall be filed with the court and a certified duplicate shall be delivered to the prisoner within 120 days of the prisoner's request made to the clerk of court.
The original transcript of all other testimony and proceedings upon order of the court shall be filed with the court and a certified duplicate shall be delivered to the institution within 120 days of its request made to the clerk of court.
Filing and delivering transcripts under this rule is the responsibility of the clerk of court.
Except as provided in sub. (4)
, every court reporter, upon the request of any party to an action or proceeding, shall make a typewritten transcript, and as many duplicates thereof as the party requests, of the verbatim record in the action or proceeding, or any part thereof specified by the party, the transcript and duplicate thereof to be duly certified by him or her to be a correct transcript thereof. Any unedited, uncertified transcript furnished pursuant to SCR 71.04 (9) (b) is not the official record.
In any action in which the court orders a compulsory reference, the court may direct the court reporter to attend the referee's hearing, report the testimony and proceedings and furnish a typewritten transcript thereof to the referee.
For purposes of this rule a page other than the final page of a transcript shall consist of any 25 or more consecutive typewritten lines, double-spaced, on paper 8-1/2 inches in width by 11 inches in length, with a margin of not more than 1-1/2 inches on the left and five-eighths of an inch on the right, exclusive of lines disclosing page numbering; type shall be standard pica with 10 letters to the inch. Questions and answers shall each begin a new line. Indentations for speakers or paragraphs shall be not more than 15 spaces from the left margin.
A court reporter shall include an index immediately following the title and appearance page(s) for each transcript of a proceeding in which testimony is taken or in which an index would be helpful in locating distinct segments of a proceeding, such as:
Witness names in chronological order of appearance, including all witnesses on direct, cross, redirect, recross, rebuttal, and surrebuttal examinations; and witnesses subject to witness voir dire; and examination by the court;
The numbers and a description of each exhibit offered and received;
Receipt of the verdict or rendering of the court's decision;
A court reporter may make a special charge, pursuant to an arrangement with the requesting party, for furnishing any of the following:
Typewritten transcripts of testimony and proceedings from day to day during the progress of any trial or proceedings.
Unedited and typewritten or electronic draft versions of testimony or proceedings.
If a transcript of any court proceeding is required to be provided under a statute, rule, or court order and the original court reporter is unavailable to the court having jurisdiction in the matter to be transcribed, the chief judge or district court administrator may order that another court reporter prepare the transcript.
A court reporter who prepares a transcript under par. (a) shall certify that it is a verbatim transcript of the proceedings as recorded in the verbatim record of the original court reporter.
A court reporter who prepares a transcript under par. (a) shall receive fees as if he or she were the original court reporter under sub. (11)
and section 814.69
of the statutes.
If before trial the court approves a stipulation by all parties, an independent, freelance court reporter may take the official record, or a portion of the official records, upon taking the official oath of office.
If after trial the court approves a stipulation by all parties, an independent, freelance court reporter's record of proceedings may be the official record or a portion of the official record.
Before approving a stipulation under par. (a) or (b), the court shall consider the availability of an official court reporter, including the ability of the official court reporter to meet requests for providing daily transcripts.
An independent, freelance court reporter authorized under par. (a) or (b) shall comply with all of the requirements under this chapter relating to the production of an official record and transcripts and charges for transcripts.
For all transcripts furnished under this rule, the court reporter shall be entitled to receive fees as prescribed in section 814.69
of the statutes.
In electronically filed cases, a court reporter shall comply with the provisions of s. 801.18 (15)
A court reporter may certify a transcript that has been redacted in accordance with s. 801.19
or s. 801.21
, stats., by stating that the redacted version is a verbatim transcript from which information has been redacted or sealed in accordance with those rules or as ordered by the circuit court.
SCR 71.04 History
Sup. Ct. Order No. 97-04
, 212 W (2d) xiii (1997); Sup. Ct. Order No. 01-14
, 2002 WI 46, 251 Wis. 2d xiii; Sup. Ct. Order No. 02-01
, 2002 WI 120, 255 Wis. 2d xiii; Sup. Ct. Order No. 14-04
, 2015 WI 89, filed 8-27-15, eff. 7-1-16; Sup. Ct. Order No. 19-01
, 2019 WI 44, filed 4-22-19, eff. 7-1-19.
SCR 71.04 Note
Judicial Council Note, 2002: SCR 71.04 (4) is amended to allow the parties to proceedings, and guardians ad litem appointed in the proceedings, under ch. 48
, and 938
of the statutes to obtain transcripts without obtaining a court order authorizing the court reporter to prepare the transcript. The rule requires non-parties to the action or proceeding to obtain a court order before transcripts can be prepared. The amendment protects the privacy interests of the parties to such proceedings, and promotes more efficient use of resources by the courts, the court reporters, counsel and the parties. The amendment also harmonizes the rule with existing statutes and case law. Section 809.30 (2) (fm)
provides that any child or juvenile pursuing post-judgment relief in a ch. 48
proceeding “shall be furnished at no cost" the transcript or record of the proceeding. Section 967.06
provides that in “any" public defender case, the public defender may request the applicable court reporter or circuit court clerk to prepare and transmit any transcript or court record and that the request “shall be complied with." State ex rel. S.M.O. v. Resheske, 110 Wis. 2d 447
, 454, 329 N.W.2d 275
, 277-78 (Ct. App. 1982), holds that s. 967.06
“takes precedence" over general confidentiality provisions in the statutes and creates a clear duty to prepare and transmit the transcript when requested pursuant to the statute.
SCR 71.05 Alternative means of reporting. 71.05(1)(1)
The person reporting a court activity or proceeding may use alternative means not approved by the director of state courts under SCR 71.01 if any of the following conditions is met:
After a reasonable effort to locate a court reporter is made, a court reporter is not available.
The circuit court judge, with the approval of the chief judge of that district, determines that the use of alternative means is necessary and the alternative means chosen are appropriate.
Any record made by alternative means shall be maintained in compliance with SCR 72.05 for the length of time required in SCR 72.01 (47) or for the time required for the case type under SCR 72.01, whichever is shorter.
If a transcript of any proceeding reported under sub. (1) is required, the court shall order that a transcript be prepared. The court reporter who prepares the transcript under this subsection shall certify that it is a verbatim transcript of the verbatim record. Transcripts under this subsection shall comply with SCR 71.04.
SCR 71.05 History
Sup. Ct. Order No. 97-11
, 216 W (2d) xxxi (1998); Sup. Ct. Order No. 19-01
, 2019 WI 44, filed 4-22-19, eff. 7-1-19.