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Yes, indigents can fill out a form to request waiver of court fees. Depending on your state, there will either be a box to check for the waiver to apply to transcript requests, as well as any filing fees, or there will be a box marked "other" with a place for you to write in "transcripts". The fee waiver request will have to be approved by the judge, which could take several days or longer, so try to plan ahead and get the waiver in as soon as possible.
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