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Parties Requiring Interpreters
Participants in court proceedings who speak only or primarily a language other than English may be eligible for a Court provided interpreter. The Court is authorized by, and limited by, The Court Interpreters Act 28 U.S.C. §§ 604(a)(14), (15), and (16) and 28 U.S.C. § 1827 and §1828. Under this authority, the Court provides and pays for interpreters for defendants in criminal matters.
All requests for interpreters must be brought to the attention of Chambers or the Deputy Clerks supporting the Judge (their team). Once the need has been established, chambers or the Deputy Clerks will contact the Interpreter Coordinator to request the presence of an interpreter for the specified court proceedings. Depending upon the type, length and complexity of the hearing, an interpreter will be scheduled either in person, or via telephone using the Court's Telephone Interpreting Program (TIP).
Interpreters -- Information for Court Interpreters
Information and forms are located below.
If you have any questions please call Jane K at (716) 551-1714
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Note: All attached documents are in Adobe Acrobat PDF file format. You will need the free Adobe Acrobat reader to view these documents. If you do not have the Adobe Acrobat Reader, you may get it here.
|Standards for Performance||9.01 KB|
|Court Interpreter Management Plan (effective 12/2014)||240.55 KB|
|Rate and Info Sheet_10_2016 MODIFIED FOR FY.pdf||15.45 KB|