Across the country, budget constraints for the nation's court systems are at an all-time high. With this in mind, several systems are looking for ways to reduce the cost of the legal service. One potential remedy that is being discussed in many circles is DAR, or digital audio recording. DAR is the use of a device to make an aural recording of a deposition or court proceedings that will be used to replace the physical transcript normally produced by a court reporter. Is this the way of the future?