All Good Reporters is managed by Rita Meyer, a longtime and well-respected court reporter in Orlando, Central Florida and the state. For over 30 years, she has reported on some of the biggest civil and criminal cases in Florida and has reported overseas in Paris, France; Turin, Italy; London, England, the Bahamas and Taiwan.
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Rita Meyer graduated from Astronaut High School in Titusville; completed Charron Williams’ School of Court Reporting in Orlando in one year, and subsequently obtained her Bachelor of Science degree in Finance from the University of Central Florida.
From 1992 to 2005, Rita served as the Official Court Reporter for U.S. District Judge Anne C. Conway in Tampa, Orlando and Ft. Myers, reporting major civil and criminal cases in the Middle District of Florida and abroad. some notable cases include ‘NSync v. Lou Pearlman; U.S.A. v. Shalom Weiss; U.S.A. v. William McCorkle and U.S.A. v. Daniel Boyar. Her work included sealed hearings about sensitive federal law enforcement matters, grand jury proceedings, pleas, and sentencings. In obtaining a security clearance for the U.S.A. v. Noriega trial, she underwent a thorough background investigation and interview process by the F.B.I.
Rita Meyer’s Career Timeline:
- Ms. Meyer has produced offline captioning for television production companies pursuant to the Americans with Disabilities Act.
- She is part of a team of CART providers for hard-of-hearing students at University of Central Florida and Valencia Community College.
- When requested, she provides real-time services for jury consultant firms on mock trials and focus groups.
- Ms. Meyer was one of the first reporters in Florida trained in closed-captioning in 1990. She captioned television newscasts for WESH-Channel 2 through 1995.
- She served as an Official Court Reporter for Orange County Circuit Court in Orlando from 1987 to 1991, reporting assorted criminal matters, including State of Florida v. Tommy Lee Andrews, tried in 1988, where the DNA fingerprint was first admitted as evidence in court.
Rita Meyer holds the highest certifications from the National Court Reporters Association. She is a Registered Diplomat Reporter (RDR), Certified Realtime Reporter (CRR), CART (Communication Access Realtime Translation) provider (CCP), Certified Broadcast Captioner (CBC) and LiveNote Reporter. She has qualified to write at speeds reaching 280 words per minute.
Rita Meyer is a member of the National Court Reporters Association.
With its network of highly qualified court reporter associates, All Good Reporters provides a quick and easy solution to your court reporting needs. Trials, depositions or providing CART (Communication Access Realtime Translation) services, All Good Reporters handles it all. Counties served include but aren’t limited to: Orange, Brevard, Volusia, Seminole, Hillsborough, Lake, Polk and Broward counties. Cities served include but aren’t limited to: Bartow, Daytona Beach, Orlando, Jacksonville, Melbourne, Merritt Island, Rockledge, Tampa, Tavares, and Ft. Lauderdale.