The Wisconsin Director of State Courts Office is accepting applications for spring court interpreter training scheduled for April.
The Director of State Courts Office will be offering court interpreter training in April in Milwaukee.
The Office of Director of State Courts is taking applications for interpreters.
Wisconsin's courts office is recruiting interpreters fluent in Middle Eastern or Asian languages.
Court officials in Racine County say they're seeing more demand for interpreters who speak Spanish, as well as those who speak certain European and Asian languages.
10-1472 Taniguchi v. Kan Pacific Saipan, Ltd.
Civil Procedure – interpreters — relief from judgment — right to jury – continuances — attorney fees
2011AP1220 McCarthy v. McCarthy
2011AP668 Nekoosa Port Edwards State Bank v. McCarthy, et al.
By KEVIN HAAS ROCKFORD REGISTER STAR ROCKFORD, Ill. (AP) – Winnebago County is spending more money this year on courthouse translators to accommodate those who speak Asian, Middle Eastern and European languages and communicate via sign language. Interpreters are called into courtrooms thousands of times each year, mostly for defendants who speak Spanish. This year, […]
Civil Procedure Jury trials; judicial bias; interpreters D.T. Kedinger appeals from orders denying him an interpreter based on trial court findings that he does not have a hearing disability and denying reconsideration of the judgment against him. He makes four discernable claims: that he was improperly denied an interpreter, that he did not receive notice […]
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