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Home Administration Court Services Interpreters Need an Interpreter?
Need an Interpreter?
I Need An Interpreter for Court

If you speak limited or no English and are a party to a case (litigant, defendant, witness, parent, or legal custodian of a juvenile) you have a right to a court-appointed interpreter during court proceedings at no cost to you. Chief Justice Directive 06-03

Request an Interpreter

Solicite un intérprete 

I Need an Interpreter for My Organization

Interpreters and translators perform similar tasks, but in different ways.

  • Interpreters convey spoken material from one language into a different language.
    Information on contracting with an interpreter is below.
  • Translators convey written material from one language into a different language.
    Translators can be located through the American Translators Association.

Before you Hire - Ask Yourself: "What are my Project's Language Needs?"
Determining the needs of your project, outlined by the Department of Justice Federal Coordination and Compliance Section

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