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Motion to Appoint a Language Interpreter - Guided Form

This form is used as part of the process to ask for a language interpreter in your case.

What is a language interpreter?

A language interpreter (also known as a court interpreter) is someone that a judge orders to translate language spoken in court proceedings into your language. A language interpreter helps translate for people that are hearing impaired and for people that do not communicate in English. Understanding what is spoken in your case can help you fully participate in court.

Note: A language interpreter is not a lawyer and does not give legal advice. 

Click here for information and instructions on how to ask for a language interpreter for your case

TC-PR-LI-104-Guided
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