Scoping – in some jurisdictions, the protocol from the court hearing is written in rough form. Then A court employee called “scopist” re-writes it in details, or fill in additionally. Finally, he then passes it to the reporter for their review and approval. The procedure of editing the first version of the protocol is called “scoping”. With the development of the modern technologies dough, scoping changes. Now the process of preparing the protocol precisely (by the secretary of the judge or by the reporter) is done via listening to the audio-recorded hearing.

See also “Transcript”
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