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About Accuscribes & The President…

Sherry R. Miller, President
Sherry has been growing her transcription service for over 20 years. She has increased her business more than seven-fold due to the excellent work she produces for the legal market.

With the convenience of modern technology, AccuScribes is able to receive work from anywhere.

AccuScribes produces transcripts from digital media, DVD, CD, VHS and cassettes..
AccuScribes assures confidentiality for all work they complete.
You can reach Sherry by phone at 410-466-20333. AccuScribes holds several certificates from the Minority Business Enterprise, Minority and Women’s Business Opportunity Office, as well as a certificate from Business in Good Standing in Maryland.

Kelly A. Taylor, Administrator

Awarded the 2016 Professional of the Year for 2016 by AAERT, Kelly is an AAERT-certified transcriber and has been in the field of legal transcription for over 20 years. As the administrator, she oversees the day-to-day operations of AccuScribes Transcription Service. She works closely with the courts, as well as many attorneys and law professionals nationwide.

Please contact Kelly with any questions or to order a transcript.
She can be reached at 410-466-2033 and also by email at Kelly@accuscribes.com


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Towson, MD 21286
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