Transcript Redaction Request



Fed. R. Bankr. P. 9037(a)

28 U.S.C. § 753


Within (7) seven calendar days from file date of the transcript each attorney must inform the court, by filing a notice of redaction with the clerk, of his or her intent to direct the redaction of personal data identifiers from the electronic transcript of the court proceeding.  If no such notice is filed within the allotted time, the court will assume redaction of personal data identifiers from the transcript is not necessary.  See Notice of Intent to Request Transcript Redaction


Within 21 calendar days of from the date the transcript is filed, or longer if the court so orders, the party requesting redaction of the transcript must submit to the court reporter or transcriber a *statement indicating where the personal data identifiers to be redacted appear in the transcript.   During the 21-day period an attorney may move the court for additional redactions to the transcript. The transcript will not be made available on the internet until the court has ruled upon any such motion. Fed. R. Bankr. P. 9037(d)


*The party is not required to filing the statement with the court.  However, if the party chooses to file the statement with court, the statement should be filed using the below docket event.


Within 31 calendar days from transcript file date, or longer if the court so orders, the court reporter or transcriber must redact the identifiers and file a redacted version of the transcript with the court.




Docket Events:

[Bankruptcy> Other> Transcript Redaction Request]

[Adversary> Other> Transcript Redaction Request]



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