Tribunals and hearings
Any tribunals or hearings are always best recorded. This means that any evidence given by witnesses, any decision by a panel or chairperson can be transcribed and kept for the records.
Follow-up hearing panels are able to read through previous hearings and gain information. An appeal hearing can see exactly how the judgment panel came to their decisions and how any new evidence impacts on this.
An audio file is easily corrupted over time so it is always best to convert these recordings to paper, which is where we can help. We are very experienced with multi-channel recordings and have the equipment to produce the exact transcript required.