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Terms of the Profession
Team Interpreting in the Courtroom
Modes of Interpreting
Onsite simultaneous interpretation of sound file not recommended
Language Assistance for Law Enforcement
Preparing Interpreters in Rare Language
Summary Interpreting in Legal Setting
Equal Access as it Relates to Interpretation and Translation Services
Direct Speech in Legal Settings
Information for Court Administrators
Telephone Interpreting in Legal Settings
General Guidelines and Minimum Requirements for Transcription and Translation in Any Legal Setting
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