A. An electronic version of the transcript will be available for viewing only at the court’s public terminal during the initial 90-day period after the transcript is filed. The Court Clerk will not provide printed copies of the transcript during this time. If you want a copy of the transcript during the initial 90-day period, you must order a copy
from the court reporter. Any attorney of record who has purchased a copy of the transcript from the court reporter may also access the transcript via the Court’s ECF System during the 90-day period.PACER fees, however, will apply any time a transcript is accessed remotely; there is no “free look” for transcripts. In addition, PACER
charges are not capped at 30 pages and will be incurred each time the transcript is accessed.

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