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At Myers & Kington Reporting, it is our mission to provide you with fast, accurate, and professional reporting and transcription services. We pride ourselves on our personal approach and eagerness to go the extra mile to ensure the satisfaction of our clients.
We currently offer a variety of transcription services, including but not limited to:
- Legal Proceedings
- Pleadings, Discovery, Depositions, Court Hearings
- Police Interviews, Witness Statements, etc.
- Business Transcription
- Meetings, Conferences, Seminars, Focus Groups
- Webinars, Podcasts, Voicemail
- Sermons, Speeches, and Lectures
Our team is experienced in technical and expert testimony in a variety of fields.
We will tailor our transcript formats to meet your needs. Whether you need verbatim, clean verbatim, or edited verbatim, we will ensure we produce the transcript you desire.
We perform thorough quality control checks on each and every job to ensure accurate and precise transcription.
We offer competitive rates and volume discounts.
Should you require a service not listed on this website, please contact us. We continually monitor customer satisfaction and personally respond to all client inquiries.
Myers & Kington Reporting is a fledgling veteran-owned-and-operated court reporting and transcription firm based out of San Diego, California.
Kara Myers is a licensed Certified Shorthand Reporter based in San Diego, California. In 2007, she completed the court reporter course at the Virginia Career Institute in Virginia Beach, Virginia. She served as a court reporter in the United States Marine Corps for five years where she served as lead court reporter on a variety of federal cases involving drugs, larceny, sexual assault, child abuse and homicide. She then continued in Federal Service for two years as a civilian court reporter for the United States Navy.
Patrick Kington is a voice writing court reporter and scopist serving the Greater San Diego Area. He was certified through the Naval Justice School in 2010 and served from 2010 to 2013 as a court reporter in the United States Marine Corps. During this period, he served as lead court reporter in a variety of judicial and nonjudicial proceedings, including cases involving homicide, sexual assault, and larceny.