There are no court reporters of transcripts in district court unless, as in this case, the defendants attorney brings one in. This dumbass is talking about whatever he read on twitter or in the observer. There are court reporters and transcripts in superior court.
Even assuming hardy's attorney had a copy of the transcript why in the hell would he share it with the media.
If it's testimony in open court, as the trial would be, the reporter can sell it to whomever wants to pay for it. At least that's my belief without double checking.
Tons of variables. Can't remember when the trial was but am surprised it hasn't been produced yet if ordered. Length has a lot to do with it but this wasn't a two or three week trial.
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