Friday, October 14, 2011

The Court Reporting

I remember a local TV show in the Philippines, entitled “Case Unclosed” which is usually aired every Thursday. The TV Show features some of the sensational cases in the Philippines that is up until now is not yet solved by the authorities. The major reason was due to lack of evidence, witnesses and many others. I like the show because it brings me back to where and when the case happened and how did it happened.

While watching the show, I couldn’t help but think about the hardworking men behind it. The show was very informative. Probably they hired some individuals through court reporting services because all of the information in the show was all very detailed. They have accurately reported the time, date, place and they even provide visuals and re-enactment to make the case understandable and interesting to the viewers. Other legal terms were explained to suit to audience understanding.

Thinking about those cases that are still unclosed up until now, I think our country needs more able men to solve these. Aside from reliable court reporting services, I think our country needs able men who will stand up for what is right and true, who will not be bribe with money, and most of all who has the love for God and his country.

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