Interpreter Manual

 
Through the Eyes of an Interpeter
by Isabel Farmer
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Court Interpreters: A Letter to a Congressman
by Margaret G. Redd
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Lost in the Translation: Due Process for Non-English Speaking Defendant from an Appellate Perspective
by Donna Carr
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A Babble of Voices: Protecting Your Non-English Speaking Client's 
Constitutional Rights
by Karen Maurer
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Suggested guide for Interpreted Proceedings
by Isabel Farmer
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Effective Communication with Non-English Speaking Clients
by Marcia Cristina Castro
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Free Translations Via the 
World Wide Web
by David T. Miller
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Breaking the Silence: Interpreters for 
the Deaf
by Bob Hubbard.
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Links
 
National Association of Judiciary Interpreters and Translators 
http://www.najit.org
National Center for State Courts - Court Interpretation
http://www.ncsc.dni.us/research/interp/index.html
Registry of Interpreters for the Deaf http://www.rid.org/home.htm
KY Commission on the Deaf and Hard of Hearing
http://www.stae.ky.us/agencies/kcdhh
Kentucky Procedures for Appointment of Interpreters (choose Administrative Office of the
Courts from the left pull down menu, then Policies and Procedures)
http://www.kycourts.net/introjava.htm
American Translator Association
http://www.atanet.org
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