Voices are uncanny barometers of personality, but what I hear in court cases can be hard to forget
A year ago, feeling hopeless about my work as a freelance writer, I began to look for other ways to bring in money – something steadier to tide me over, with possibly even fair pay.
One night I saw a 50-something scientist talking on TV about her job dissatisfaction, how she’d left her position, moved to a coastal town with ocean views, and was loving the freedoms of being a remote court transcriber. I thought maybe I could do that and, while I didn’t move to a beach, I did go on to the website of Australia’s biggest court transcription company to investigate what such work involved.
Many people are unaccustomed to telling the truth, and they are prone to excitable, incoherent thinking.
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