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A. A person shall not report proceedings in any court in this state and shall not report depositions in this state for use in any court in this state unless the person is certified pursuant to this chapter.
B. A certified reporter shall sign and certify each transcript that the certified reporter prepares before the transcript may be used in court, except for transcripts that the reporter prepares for proceedings that occurred before July 1, 2000.
C. A certified reporter shall include the title "certified reporter" or the abbreviation "CR" and the reporter's certificate number on the title or cover page of any transcript, on any business card, advertisement or letterhead and on the certificate of any transcript.
D. It is unlawful for any person who is not certified pursuant to this chapter to represent oneself as a certified reporter.