Transcript And Audio Order Form {CV-CR-165} | Pdf Fpdf Doc Docx | Maine

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Transcript And Audio Order Form {CV-CR-165}

This is a Maine form that can be used for Appeals within Statewide, District Court.

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STATE OF MAINE UNIFIED CRIMINAL DOCKET SUPERIOR COURT DISTRICT COURT Plaintiff v. Defendant Plaintiff/State Attorney Defendant Attorney TRANSCRIPT AND AUDIO ORDER FORM County:_________________ Location:________________ Docket No:______________ Purpose of Transcript or Audio Request: (Please check one) 1. Appeal - Appeals require paper transcripts unless otherwise ordered by the court. M.R. App. P. 5 Law Court Superior Court UCD Sentence Review Panel Post-Conviction Review 2. Reference Use in another pending case Personal Reference If for use in another pending case, is there a court imposed due date? Yes No If yes, date due: Type of Request: (Please check one) Paper Transcript (Appeals require paper transcripts unless otherwise ordered by the court. M.R. App. P 5 Audio Recording (MP3 Recording on CD) Payment: (Please check one) 1. Private Pay 2. State Agency (Office of the Attorney General, District Attorney, etc.) 3. MCILS (Motion for Transcript at State Expense (CV/CR-166) required) 4. Judicial Branch (Motion for Transcript at State Expense (CV/CR-166) required) A clerk must verify that all of the necessary information is listed below. Under hearing type, please be specific if you want the entire hearing or just a specific portion of it. Hearing Date(s) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Court Clerk Signature Date Hearing Type Courtroom CD Start/End Times, Tape & Index Number or OCR Name INCOMPLETE FORMS MAY BE RETURNED CV/CR-165, Rev. 07/15 Page 1 of 2 American LegalNet, Inc. www.FormsWorkFlow.com Please write your contact information clearly in the section below. This information is used only to ensure delivery of transcript/audio recordings. Name of person ordering transcript/recording: Firm or Agency: (if applicable) Mailing Address: Phone Number: Signature of person ordering transcript/recording: Email Address: Transcripts are generally sent via email. Audio recordings are generally sent via US Mail. Email delivery of audio can be arranged in some circumstances. If you do not have an email address, the Office of Transcript Operations will need your phone number and mailing address to assist you with receiving your materials. Office of Transcript Operations Penobscot Judicial Center 78 Exchange Street, Suite 200, Bangor, ME 04401 207-991-6322 OTO@courts.maine.gov INSTRUCTIONS FOR ORDERING TRANSCRIPTS A. You must include all of the information requested on the transcript order form or the form may be returned and your request will not be acted upon. B. The party who will be responsible for the bill must sign the order. C. If you are requesting that the transcript be provided at no cost or paid for by MCILS, you must complete and attach to this form a Motion for Transcript at State Expense (CV/CR-166). D. File the complete transcript and audio request form with the clerk of court. E. The costs for transcripts of any court proceedings are specified in Administrative Order JB-05-26. F. All transcripts for the Maine Judicial Branch are produced by AVTranz or by Official Court Reporters. G. If AVTranz is preparing your transcript, AVTranz will automatically send you an email that includes a cost estimate (based on the 14-day turnaround rate), deposit information, and payment options after they receive your request from the Office of Transcript Operations. If your transcript is being paid for privately, you can also opt for 1, 3, 7, 21 and 30-day turnaround. If your transcript is provided at no cost to you or is paid for by MCILS, the standard turnaround is 30 days. H. Turnaround times begin once AVTranz receives a digital copy of the audio. When the transcript has been completed, you will receive it by email from AVTranz and, depending on your circumstances, you will either be charged the balance due or issued a refund. I. If an Official Court Reporter is preparing your transcript, s/he will contact you by phone directly to discuss arrangements of payment and a timeframe for completion. J. Neither an Official Court Reporter nor the Office of Transcript Operations is responsible for delay in transcript production or for requesting additional time to obtain a transcript if you fail to comply with these procedures. APPEAL ORDERS: If you are ordering a transcript as part of an appeal, you must file the order with the clerk of the trial court when you file the Notice of Appeal. Once it is completed, the transcript will be filed with the appropriate court and a copy of the transcript will be delivered to you. REFERENCE ORDERS: If you are ordering a transcript for reference purposes, you must file the order with the clerk of the trial court. The clerk will then forward it to the Official Court Reporter and/or the Office of Transcript Operations. INCOMPLETE FORMS MAY BE RETURNED CV/CR-165, Rev. 07/15 Page 2 of 2 American LegalNet, Inc. www.FormsWorkFlow.com

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