Seventh Circuit Transcript Information Sheet Form. This is a Indiana form and can be use in District Court Federal.
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SEVENTH CIRCUIT TRANSCRIPT INFORMATION SHEET PART I – Must be com pleted by party or party’s attorney pursuant to Rule 10(b) of the Federal Rules of Appellate Procedure and Rule 11(a) of the Circuit Rules. The appellant m ust file this form with the court reporter within 10 days of filing the notice of appeal, whether transcript is being ordered or not. (FRAP 10(b)(1)) Satisfactory arrangem ents with the court reporter for paym ent of the costs of the transcripts m ust also be m ade at that tim e. (FRAP 10(b)(4)) (Note: Appellees as well as appellants are expected to use this form when ordering transcripts.) Short Title ordering transcript. not ordering transcript, because: D.C. Docket No. District Judge 9 I am 9 I am District Court Reporter Sign below and return original and one copy to court reporter. Distribute rem aining copies to the Clerk of the District Court and opposing party, retaining one copy for yourself. 9 The transcript has been prepared. Indicate proceedings for which transcript is required. Dates m ust be provided: 9 Pretrial proceedings. Specify: 9 Date(s) Voir Dire Trial or Hearing. Specify: 9 Opening statem ent 9 Instruction conference 9 Closing statem ents 9 Court instructions 9 Post-trial proceedings. Specify: 9 Sentencing 9 Other proceedings. Specify: Method of Paym ent: Status of Paym ent: 9 Cash 9 Full Paym ent 9 Check or Money Order 9 Partial Paym ent Signature: Address: 9 C.J.A. Voucher 9 No Paym ent Yet Telephone No. Date: PART II – Must be com pleted by Court Reporter pursuant to Rule 11(b) of the Federal Rules of Appellate Procedure. By signing this Part II, the Court Reporter certifies that satisfactory arrangements for payment have been m ade. U.S.C.A. Docket No. Date Order Received Estimated Completion Date Signature of Court Reporter: Estimated Length Date: NOTICE: The Judicial Conference of the United States, by its resolution of March 11, 1982, has provided that a penalty of 10 percent m ust apply, unless a waiver is granted by the Court of Appeals’ Clerk, when a “transcript of a case on appeal is not delivered within 30 days of the date ordered and paym ent received therefor.” The penalty is 20 percent for transcript not delivered within 60 days. Original to Court Reporter. Copies to: Ordering Transcript. U.S.C.A. Clerk Service Copy District Court Clerk and to Party / Counsel American LegalNet, Inc. www.FormsWorkFlow.com