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Rule 75. Record of Proceedings- Transcript as Evidence.
(a) Record of Proceedings. In all actions and proceedings in the superior court there shall be kept a stenographic or electronic record of the following:
(1) All proceedings had in open court unless the parties with the approval of the judge shall specifically agree to the contrary; and
(2) Such other proceedings as may be required by court rule or order of the court.
(b) Transcript as Evidence. Whenever the testimony of a witness at a trial or a hearing which was stenographically reported or electronically recorded is admissible in evidence at a later trial, it may be proved by the transcripts thereof duly certified by the person who reported the testimony or by an officer of the court.
(Adopted by SCO 5 October 9, 1959; amended by SCO 465 effective June 1, 1981)
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