New York Consolidated Laws, Judiciary Law - JUD § 330. Transcription of testimony by typists duly sworn

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The transcription of testimony taken by a stenographer may be effected by means of a dictating machine to be transcribed by a typist or typists duly authorized and appointed by the district attorney.  Such typist or typists shall make oath that they will keep secret all testimony so dictated to them for transcription.

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