In order to receive free court reporting services under the WCRA Pro Bono Program, one of the following criteria must be met:

1.       Volunteer attorneys handling pro bono cases referred by a legal services program receiving WisTAF funding must provide appropriate documentation of the agency’s referral to the court reporter; or

2.      If a state or federal court has determined that an individual is indigent, then the litigant or the attorney must provide a copy of the determination to the participating court reporter; or

3.      If the case was not referred to a volunteer attorney by a WisTAF-funded agency and there is no court determination that the individual is indigent, contact the State Bar of Wisconsin pro bono coordinator at to find out whether the case qualifies for pro bono court reporter services through WCRA.

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