1 Comments Criminal law, traffic matters, DUI, assault, theft, fraud
The NSW District Court website states, "Any party or legal representative in a case can request a standard transcript. A registrar or judge will determine an application for a transcript by non-parties. The person requesting must provide the reason for requesting the transcript and the intended purpose. Only a party or legal representative in a case may request a daily transcript. A daily transcript is not available in every trial or hearing, it is only available in cases where the judge has expressly requested daily transcripts be prepared. The judge will advise the parties in the case that daily transcripts have been requested." There is a link on their website. The website address is: http://www.districtcourt.justice.nsw.gov.au. There are also fees involved.