Working with Foreign Language Interpreters in the Courtroom - A Handbook (PDF) for Ohio Judges published by the Supreme Court of Ohio.
Provides a guidebook for judges that covers legal considerations, role of the interpreter in legal proceedigns, other interpreter requirements, modes of interpretation, interpreting for deaf or hard-of-hearing individuals, and more.
Benchcard for working with the deaf and hard of hearing individuals. - "The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) assures equal access to justice for people who are deaf, deaf-blind, or hard of hearing. Courts must work closely with interpreters, parties and witnesses to determine effective communication methods. Possible accommodations may include sign language interpreters, specialized interpreter services, computer-assistive transcription services, and assistive listening devices...".
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