Transcription Redaction Procedure
Per Bankruptcy Rule 9037, when a transcript has been requested, each party’s attorney is required to review the completed document to insure that the following personal information is not made public record. If a party is pro se, the party needs to perform this review himself/herself.
- You have seven (7) days from the date the transcript is filed on the docket to file a Notice of Intent to Request Redaction with the Court. A copy of the Notice must be served upon the transcriber. This will alert the Court and transcriber and put immediate controls into effect.
- You have twenty-one (21) days from the date of the filing of the transcript to file a Request for Redaction of Transcript, listing the entries by page and line where data appears that should be redacted. Again, a copy of the Request for Redaction should must be sent to the transcriber.
- The deadline for filing the redacted version of the transcript is thirty-one (31) days from the filing date of the transcript.
- If the redacted transcript is not filed by the requesting party, the transcript in its current form will be made available to the public via remote access and at the public terminal in the Clerk’s office for viewing and printing at the end of the ninety (90) day restricted period.
- If the redacted version of the transcript is filed, the redacted transcript will be made available via remote public access or at the Clerk’s office for viewing and printing at the end of the ninety (90) day restricted period. The unredacted version of the transcript will not be available via remote electronic access or at the Clerk’s office upon the filing of the redacted transcript; it shall be maintained as a private, restricted event. An attorney who purchases the transcript during the ninety (90) day restricted period will be given electronic access to the redacted version upon request.