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local civil rule 18

CIVIL RULE 18: INTERPRETERS

The Court is committed to providing interpreters at no cost to any party present in court who does not proficiently speak or understand English, subject to availability in civil proceedings and the priorities established in Evidence Code section 756, subdivision (b). A party who desires an interpreter must timely give notice to the court and all other parties of record and may submit a written request on Judicial Council Form INT-300 by e-mail sent via the Court’s Language Access webpage or to . If a party retains an interpreter who is not a court certified or registered interpreter, the interpreter’s name and qualifications must be provided to the court and opposing counsel at least 5 court days prior to the date of the interpreter's appearance.

 

(Eff. 7/01/18)

 


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