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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

Interpreters for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing
The Colorado Commission for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing will respond to your questions regarding CART providers and ASL and Deaf Interpreters. 

Certified and Approved Spanish Interpreters

Spanish Interpreters by Name

Spanish Interpreters by Region

Languages Other Than Spanish (LOTS) Interpreters

LOTS Interpreters by Language

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