35. Testimony outside court. Any testimony given outside court is recorded in a way that allows it to be stored and reproduced.
When a stenographer’s services are used, the stenographer may, in the event of a failure to observe decorum or good order, suspend the taking of testimony in order to obtain from the judge, as soon as possible, a decision on whether to continue.
Stenographic notes may be filed in “4 in one” format, with an alphabetical index.