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STANDARD STOCK ENTRIES We have mentioned earlier the SSEs and their use for routine required items of information. The types of information covered by such entries are discussed as  follows  with  examples. Opening and Closing of the Court The reporter is responsible for noting the time the court  opens,  recesses,  closes,  and  adjourns.  Note  that the record must show the time (expressed in hours and minutes)  and  the  date  of  each  opening,  closing, recess, and adjournment of the court. After the court closes,  it  thereafter  opens.  After  the  court  recesses  of adjourns,  it  thereafter  is  called  to  order. Use  the following  SSEs  for  these  purposes: The court closed at 0915 hours, 15 November 1994. The court opened at 0930 hours, 15 November 1994. The  court  recessed  at  0915  hours,  15  November 1994. The  court  was  called  to  order  at  0930  hours,  15 November  1994. The  court  adjourned  at  0915  hours,  15  November 1994. The  court  was  called  to  order  at  0930  hours,  15 November  1994. Calling Witnesses The record must show that a witness was called or recalled  by  the  prosecution,  the  defense,  or  the  court. You must record the witness’ name and, if a military person, rank or grade and armed force; examples: Aviation  Storekeeper  Third  Class  John  A.  Doe, U.S. Navy, was called as a witness for the prosecu- tion,  was  sworn,  and  testified  as  follows: Yeoman  Second  Class  Mary  N.  Christmas,  U.S.  Navy, was called as a witness for the defense, was sworn, and  testified  as  follows: Airman John A. Doe, U.S. Navy, was recalled as a witness  for  the  court,  was  reminded  that  he  was  still under oath, and testified as follows: Stages of Examination The reporter records and transcribes the proper stage  of  examination  during  the  proceedings.  The stages  of  examination  usually  take  place  in  the following  order:  direct  examination,  cross-examination, redirect  examination,  recross-examination,  and  exam- ination by the court. When transcribing the record, type the stage of examination  in  capital  letters  and  centered  on  the page, two lines below the SSE calling the witness or after the previous stage of examination. The following example   shows   where   and   how   the   stage   of examination  and  the  identity  of  the  examiner  should appear in the record: DIRECT  EXAMINATION Questions  by  the  Prosecution: Q. State your full name, last, first, and middle, for the record. A. John Adam Doe. A brief method for recording the stages of examination, the party conducting the examination, and the first question the party will ask is shown in figure 3-2. Note  that  a  witness  called  for  the  defense  is  initially  examined  by  the prosecution.  This  examination  is  normally  limited  to  establishing  the  identity  of the witness and whether the witness knows the accused in the case. The defense then conducts the actual  direct  examination of its witness. The prosecution would conduct a cross-examination of a defense witness. Use the brief method shown  in  figure  3-2  for  recording  the  previous  information. 3-10

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